Ronald Guzman diagnosed with left pronator strain
by Brenton Kemp | Giants Correspondent | Tue, Mar 14th 7:13pm EDT
San Francisco Giants two-way player Ronald Guzman has been diagnosed with a left pronator strain after exiting his March 12 outing. (MLB.com)
Guzman was injured while throwing a pitcher that sailed over the catcher's head in a March 12 contest against the Oakland A's. Guzman is attempting to become a two-way player this season as he features a 97 mph fastball and wipeout slider and will miss the next six-to-eight weeks. Guzman has made just 23 MLB plate appearances over the last two seasons but hit 26 home runs across his first two big-league seasons spanning 210 games. His pitching career will be on hold for a couple of months as he works to get healthy.
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