RP - FA
Luke Gregerson had arthroscopic knee surgery to repair his meniscus on Monday and is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, FOX Sports Midwest reports in an update from St. Louis President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak.
Gregerson had not pitched well this season, and it is possible the knee has been bothering him for some time. He heads to the disabled list with an 8.64 ERA and four runs allowed over his last two outings. Check back on his status in a month, though it could be some time before he is fantasy-relevant again.
Luke Gregerson only pitched 2/3 innings Friday but was able to earn his second hold of the season.
This will likely be the story for Gregerson the whole season. He should pick up double digit holds this season as he's being used in the late innings.
Luke Gregerson pitched 2/3 of an inning Tuesday striking out one batter on the day.
Gregerson continues look strong after coming off the DL. Gregerson save chances are slim now but could be a good holds pitcher in formats that count them.
Luke Gregerson pitched to only two batters Thursday but rescued Matt Bowman from his disaster of an inning.
Gregerson looked really healthy and looks to be in game form. Expect Gregerson to pitch in high leverage situations. Gregerson could be of use in leagues that count holds.
Luke Gregerson (hamstring) could be activated at some point during three-game series with the Cubs.
Gregerson didn't have any setbacks during his back-to-back appearances in High-A ball and could be back with the Cardinals bullpen in the next couple of day's.