SP - SEA - IL60
The Mariners transferred Marco Gonzales to the 60-day IL.
This move was made after the Mariners traded for Trent Thornton. Gonzales has been sidelined for close to two months with a left forearm strain.
Marco Gonzales has experienced nerve issues in his elbow and has been shut down for two weeks
Gonzales will likely be sidelined at least through the end of July. In the meantime, Bryan Woo should remain in the starting rotation for the Mariners.
Marco Gonzales has been diagnosed with a flexor strain.
Gonzales told the Mariners it was similar to the injury he he suffered in 2021 but not quite as severe. The Mariners hope he’ll be out less than a month, but they'll likely take a cautious approach with him.
The Mariners placed Marco Gonzales on the 15-day injured list Saturday with a left forearm strain.
Gonzales was scratched from his start on Saturday as he is back in Seattle undergoing tests on his left forearm. It is not clear how much time he will miss, but the Mariners should soon provide a further update on his expected timetable.
Marco Gonzales is having tests on his left forearm back in Seattle.
Gonzales will miss his next scheduled start on Saturday. He said he felt some discomfort following his last outing and and did not feel great in his bullpen. The Mariners should provide another update on Gonzales soon.