Justin Verlander News Archive
Verlander (triceps) remains in a holding pattern as he's unable to throw due to inflammation (fluid) in his arm, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Verlander underwent an MRI on Thursday that confirmed the initial diagnosis of a triceps strain, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Verlander (triceps) won't resume his throwing program until the soreness in his shoulder goes away, MLive Media Group reports.
Manager Brad Ausmus said that Verlander (triceps) is not likely to throw Sunday, Matthew B. Mowery of the Oakland Press reports.
The Tigers are going to back off Verlander's (triceps) rehab, and he'll be limited to light throws if he feels better Sunday, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Verlander (triceps) will not start Tuesday's game against the Yankees, George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Verlander (triceps) will require at least one more simulated game or rehab start before returning, likely ruling him out for Tuesday, Chris Iott of MLive Media Group reports.
Verlander had his bullpen session cut short Thursday due to an "achy" and fatigued triceps muscle, Chris Iott of the MLive Media Group reports.
Verlander (triceps) is slated to toss a simulated game Wednesday, Chris Iott of MLive Media Group reports.
Verlander (triceps) threw 30 pitches off a mound Friday and said it went really well, Chris Iott of MLive.com reports.