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Rich Hill was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday with shoulder fatigue.
Hill was scratched from Tuesday’s start due to “mild fatigue and back soreness,” and his injury was serious enough to warrant a trip to the injured list. He will be available to return early next week. No corresponding move was made with Jake Odorizzi (back) set to join the rotation this weekend. Hill owns a (1-0) record along with 0.00 ERA, 0.60 WHIP and two strikeouts across five innings this season.
Rich Hill (back) was scratched from Tuesday’s start against the Pirates due to mild fatigue.
Hill was “fatigued” after after five innings in last week’s game against the Cardinals. It was reported that he isn’t going to start any of the Twins upcoming four games. Hill isn’t expected to land on the injured list and is currently day-to-day.
Minnesota Twins left-hander Rich Hill pitched five scoreless innings in a 3-0 win over the Cardinals on Wednesday. Hill struck out two and walked one.
Hill was supposed to start for the Twins over the weekend but was scratched. The veteran southpaw can be an excellent fantasy asset but he has struggled with injuries over the past few seasons. He will face the Pirates next Monday.
Rich Hill had his start, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, July 24th against the White Sox, pushed back.
Randy Dobnak will get the start on Saturday in lieu of Hill. No explanation was given for the change and there are no indications Hill is injured as of now.
Rich Hill (elbow) threw a successful bullpen on Friday at Target Field.
Twins president Derek Falvey said it didn't look like Hill was holding anything back. The 40-year-old southpaw should be ready to go for Opening Day. When healthy, he has been a major fantasy asset in recent years. The shortened season makes him a very interesting draft pick in the middle rounds this month.