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Justin Dunn was recalled from Triple-A Monday and started his first game with the Reds. Dunn went four and two-thirds innings and allowed three runs while striking out two.
It's hard to say how many starts Dunn will make for the Reds this season, but this likely won't be his last, given all the injuries to their staff and recent trades. Even so, he's not someone you want to rely on for your fantasy baseball team.
Mariners right-handed pitcher Justin Dunn is expected to throw off of the mound in five days as part of his recovery process. The 25-year-old has missed over a month of action with right shoulder inflammation.
Dunn is 1-3 with a 3.75 ERA, 1.31 WHIP, and .201 OBA over the course of 11 starts this season. His stat line includes six homers, 29 walks, and 49 strikeouts. His scheduled trip to the mound is another step in the right direction as his recovery progresses.
Justin Dunn is expected to start a throwing program in the next few days.
Dunn landed on the injured list on June 18 due to right shoulder inflammation. Seattle will need to ramp him back up, but it appears he is headed in the right direction.
The Mariners placed RHP Justin Dunn on the 10-day IL with right shoulder inflammation.
Dunn exited Thursday's start after just two innings due to the injury. The righty underwent an MRI on Friday but we're still awaiting the results.
Justin Dunn left his start after two innings on Thursday due to discomfort in his shoulder.
It was just Dunn's second start since he was taken off the injured list due to shoulder inflammation. Dunn is likely headed for another trip to the injured list.