Dodgers injury update: Blake Treinen back on injured list

Two outings after returning from a partially ruptured shoulder capsule, Dodgers reliever Blake Treinen is back on the injured list.

The right-hander was placed with what the team described as a “right shoulder strain” on 15-Day IL Saturday after manager Dave Roberts said Trenien was struggling with a few complaints.

The 34-year veteran, who has been absent for more than four months this season and narrowly avoided season-ending surgery, had not served since Monday. And now his status appears to be up in the air again for the remainder of the campaign.

“It’s not great,” Roberts said, “to be perfectly honest.”

Treinen would be the setup man and have a stellar season, becoming one of the Dodgers’ key helpers.

After injuring himself in April, there was hope that he could return to the track and bolster a bullpen who ranks third in the majors for earned-run average despite a string of injuries.

Treinen will not be able to return until September 22 at the earliest. That would give him less than two weeks to ramp up before the playoffs — and virtually no margin for error.

Roberts initially hoped Treinen would be available on Saturday and on Friday night insisted the pain was nothing serious.

However, during Treinen’s pre-game catch session, the problem hadn’t resolved itself.

The tightness is in an area, the lat, that differs from where Treinen would have partially ruptured his capsule — which he says would likely have had surgery had it not been scarred quicker than expected — and, Roberts said, “rather.” on the normal side” for someone coming from that type of injury.

The problem, however, is that the increasing absenteeism “prevents [Treinen] from doing what he needs to do,” Roberts said.

Saturday’s setback was made all the more frustrating as Treinen looked so sharp in his first two games in a row.

In two scoreless performances, Treinen knocked out six of the seven batters he faced, flashed his signature 96-to-98 mile sinker and scored a strikeout with his sweep slider.

It seemed to keep him on track to finish the season strong and then step back into a major postseason role. Instead, his status was once again thrown into uncertainty, and his shoulder again refused to cooperate with the playoffs starting around the corner.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/dodgers/story/2022-09-10/blake-treinen-injured-list-dodgers-mlb-shoulder Dodgers injury update: Blake Treinen back on injured list

Emma Bowman

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