Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer (neck) is starting to feel better after the epidural shot he received Tuesday. Cuddyer was cleared to resume baseball activities Saturday. He threw and hit in the cage for the first time since landing on the disabled list. Cuddyer told The Denver Post that he'll be ready to come off the DL Friday at San Francisco. Manager Walt Weiss has not decided if he'll need a...
Contrary to reports earlier in the week, Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer might not be physically ready to play when he is eligible to come off the disabled list May 24.
Cuddyer is dealing with an inflamed disc in his neck, and he is advancing slowly in his recovery. He had an epidural shot in the next Wednesday, and is improving slowly.
"I was still pretty locked up yesterday after the epidural,...
Rockies athletic trainer Keith Dugger said Monday that he expects outfielder Michael Cuddyer to go on a rehab assignment and return from the 15-day disabled list when eligible on May 23, MLB.com reports.
That is based on how Cuddyer's neck has responded to treatments in the past. Cuddyer, who underwent an MRI in Denver Monday, should be able to return in a few days.
Dugger said the plan...
Rockies outfielder Michael Cuddyer underwent an MRI which revealed no new issues, the Denver Post reports Monday. Cuddyer is expected to receive an epidural injection for his neck issue.
Cuddyer was placed on the disabled list Saturday after being unable to show improvement with the bulging disk in his neck.
Cuddyer, who has experienced neck issues in the past while with the Twins,...
The Colorado Rockies have placed outfielder Michael Cuddyer
on the 15-day disabled list due to a neck injury, according to The Associated Press.
Cuddyer had missed the Rockies’ past three games due to the
neck injury. It’s initially been termed an inflamed cervical disk, but the
veteran will undergo an MRI early this week to help determine the extent of the
Prior to hitting the DL,...
“Cuddyer was primed to be a 30/100 player before injuries cut his season short. He comes into 2013 with a clean bill of health, and some surprise speed to show us that 13 SBs with those 30 HRs was definitely possible. Do not sleep on Cuddyer who has a HUGE edge playing for the Rockies, wait till he plays there in the Summer.”