Anibal Sanchez News Archive
Dr. James Andrews examined Sanchez on Wednesday and confirmed his diagnosis of a pectoral strain, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.
Sanchez will received a second opinion on his strained right pectoral, James Schmehl of MLive.com reports.
Sanchez (chest) suffered a setback Monday and now has no timetable for a return to the Tigers, James Schmehl of MLive.com reports.
Sanchez (chest) threw Friday for the first time since his injury, and came out of it feeling good, and plans to throw again Saturday, MLive's Chris Iott reports.
Sanchez (chest) will receive physical therapy for 10-14 days before beginning a throwing program, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.
Sanchez (pectoralis strain) was placed on the disabled list Sunday and will likely miss three or four weeks, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.
Sanchez will return to Detroit to have an MRI on Saturday in order to determine the severity of the pectoral strain that caused him to leave his start Friday night, James Schmehl of MLive.com reports.
Sanchez left Friday's game with a right pectoralis strain and will be re-evaluated Saturday, SportsNet's Shi Davidi reports.
Sanchez left Friday's game in the fifth inning with an apparent pectoral injury, Jays announcer Mike Wilner reports.
Sanchez was dominant Sunday vs. the Rockies, striking out a season-high 12 batters and allowing just two hits over seven shutout winnings, en route to claiming his eighth win of the season.