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Anthony DeSclafani was placed on the 15-day IL with a right elbow flexor strain.
DeSclafani underwent an MRI that showed a Grade 1 strain and will not throw for a few weeks. Considering the current timeline, the 33-year-old is looking at a September return, barring any setbacks.
DeSclafani had a rough start against his former team, lasting just two innings and giving up four earned runs on four hits while striking out five in the high-scoring affair.
This outing further inflated his season ERA to 4.72, as he now has four wins and eight losses on the year. Despite the disappointing performance, DeSclafani has shown flashes of effectiveness with a solid strikeout rate of 7.3 K/9 and a respectable 1.21 WHIP. He will look to bounce back in his next start.
Anthony DeSclafani is set to return from the 15-day IL and start on Tuesday against the Reds.
DeSclafani has been sidelined since July 3 due to right shoulder fatigue. He made a rehab start last Thursday and is set to return to the Giants starting rotation. DeSclafani has struggled a bit recently after getting off to a strong start early in the season.
The Giants placed Anthony DeSclafani on the 15-day IL with right shoulder fatigue.
DeSclafani has struggled over his last two outings, which could be a result of the right shoulder fatigue. The 33-year-old has a 4.44 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP in 17 games this season. The Giants should provide a timetable for his return later in the week.
Anthony DeSclafani had a rough outing on Saturday against the Mets, as he allowed three earned runs on three hits in just three innings of work.
DeSclafani did manage to strike out three batters and did not issue any walks, but it wasn't enough to prevent the Giants from losing the game 4-1. This performance adds to DeSclafani's season-long struggles, as he now has a 4.44 ERA in 17 games started.