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Injury Updates

Just for the record, from today's Daily Report ...

Dylan Sinn of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette reported that outfielder Robbie Podorsky continues to have issues with his back and is expected to miss an extended period of time. The 23-year-old Podorsky is hitting.353/.403/.451 with 24 stolen bases for Fort Wayne this year.

He should be in San Antonio.(when healthy)

From today's Daily ...

Storm Notes:  As Jeff Sanders reported in today’s San Diego Union-Tribune, infielder/outfielder Allen Cordoba underwent season-ending surgery for damage to his left thumb that was injured while he was diving for a ball in the outfield. It’s been a lost season for Cordoba who was only able to return late this year after nearly dying in an off-season accident.  In 164 plate appearances for the Storm, he was hitting .206/.233/.310 after spending all of 2017 on the big league roster.

Why isn't Jorge Ona playing?  If it's been in a Daily Report, I missed it ...

I missed this news from Aug 22 ...

https://www.milb.com/midwest/news/san-diego-padres-mackenzie-gore-headed-to-dl-again/c-291490442

Baseball's No. 11 overall prospect was placed on the Class A Fort Wayne disabled list for the third time this season Wednesday ... to address a fingernail issue

Urias just left the game with "a hamstring problem" (according to Mariners' radio)

Quote from LynchMob on September 11, 2018, 9:24 pm

Urias just left the game with "a hamstring problem" (according to Mariners' radio)

I saw it and it was definitely a hammy for Urias. Looked pretty bad too. Don't think he'll be back this season. Sadly.

Quote from Fred on September 11, 2018, 9:34 pm
Quote from LynchMob on September 11, 2018, 9:24 pm

Urias just left the game with "a hamstring problem" (according to Mariners' radio)

I saw it and it was definitely a hammy for Urias. Looked pretty bad too. Don't think he'll be back this season. Sadly.

Padres manager Andy Green said it is "doubtful" that Luis Urias (hamstring) will be able to return to action before the end of the season.

Urias pulled his left hamstring while trying to leg out an infield single in the eighth inning of Tuesday night's win over the Mariners. "I don't think it looks particularly good, given the amount of time we have left in the season," Green said. "We'll see how he responds to treatment. Hopefully it's nothing big, but he's doubtful at this point in time." The 21-year-old top prospect was 10-for-48 with two home runs and one stolen base over his first 12 major league games.
Sep 12 - 11:40 AM

Kennedy's season likely finished
An MRI on the left knee of rookie righty Brett Kennedy revealed "serious tendinitis," according to Green, and it appears as though Kennedy's season could be over prematurely.

"We're still trying to work through what the best course of action is for him, but I'd say starting again this year is probably somewhat in jeopardy for him," Green said.

In six starts since his mid-August callup, Kennedy posted a 6.75 ERA. He picked up his first career victory with six shutout frames against the Rockies on Aug. 31. But he struggled in his next start Friday night in Cincinnati. Kennedy allowed four runs in 1 2/3 frames and had trouble with his landing leg -- prompting the Padres to take a look at his ailing left knee.

Franmil Reyes will undergo surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.

Reyes suffered the injury about a week ago while playing for Leones del Escogido in the Dominican Winter League. This procedure usually only requires 4-8 weeks of recovery time, so the young outfielder should be fine for the start of spring training in February, but his offseason workout program will obviously be affected in a fairly significant way.