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Keep track of recent Mariners trades and injury updates throughout the season.

May 24: INF Ty France activated from 10 days IL (inflammation of the left wrist)
The Mariners had a much needed boost to their roster when they returned from France after his first stint in IL with the team. France hadn’t been right since being hit by a 99 mph fastball from Dodgers’ Dustin May to her other wrist on April 19, but the Mariners are hoping that this stint in IL got her back on track. breath and heal.

May 24: Placement of UTIL Sam Haggerty under 10 days IL (inflammation of the right shoulder)
Haggerty had been a solid plug around the diamond and the outfield, especially given the number of sailors injured in recent times. But now it will be shelved for the foreseeable future, leaving Seattle with no real contributor to utilities.

May 23: Placement of Kendall Graveman on COVID-19 IL
Graveman has become one of the top relievers in the American League, but he is sidelined due to COVID concerns. He joins fellow relievers Drew Steckenrider and Will Vest, both of whom had to stay in San Diego after the Mariners’ last series to quarantine there.

LHP Marco Gonzales (left forearm strain)
Expected return
: Maybe this week
Mariners manager Scott Servais said on Wednesday he hoped the series final in Oakland would represent the last time the club turned into a paddock game in place of Gonzales’ turn during the rotation. When he is reinstalled on top of Seattle’s starting five, he will be on a fairly short leash given the severity of the injury he’s working on and his history with elbow issues in the distant past. (Last updated: May 26)

OF Jake Fraley (left hamstring tension)
Expected return:
Maybe this week
Fraley has been in rehab with Triple-A Tacoma since last Thursday, and if his situation remains stable for the next few days, he will likely be back with the club on the next homestand. (Last updated: May 26)

1B Evan White (left hip flexor strain)
Expected return:
To be determined
White started baseball activities this week in Seattle while the club was on the road in Oakland. He injured his hip while diving for a ball on the ground in a game on May 13, when his bat was behind on a slash line of .144 / .202 / .237. (Last updated: May 26)

2B Dylan Moore (left calf strain)
Expected return:
To be determined
Moore has not started baseball activities, but the club are hopeful he will be able to do so in the coming days. Before injuring himself, he was reaching .265 / .324 / .618 (.942 OPS) in his last 10 games, an encouraging sign after a gloomy April. (Last updated: May 26)

UTIL Sam Haggerty (inflammation of the right shoulder)
Expected return:
To be determined
Haggerty had been a reliable contributor on the bench as the Mariners continued to be decimated by injuries, but now he faces his own injury which takes a versatile defender off the club’s roster for the time being. He has played all three field positions and the second goal this season. (Last updated: May 26)

RHP Casey Sadler (inflammation of the right shoulder)
Expected return:
To be determined
Sadler has been sidelined since April 30, a particularly disappointing development for the right-hander given he was on a solid run, with a 1.64 ERA in his first 11 outings. As of May 26, he was only throwing lightly and had not yet developed a throwing schedule. (Last updated: May 26)

RHP Kendall Graveman (COVID IL)
Expected return:
To be determined
Graveman had not pitched for a full week by the time Seattle placed him on the IL for COVID-related issues on May 24. He will be sorely missed by the Mariners during his absence; the right-hander has yet to allow a run in 14 outings this season. (Last updated: May 26)

RHP Will Vest (COVID IL)
Expected return:
To be determined
Vest has been one of the best high-leverage relievers for the Mariners this season, a pleasant surprise after the club selected him in the Rule 5 draft last offseason. He hit a bit of a slippage in his five games leading up to the IL relay, giving up eight runs on nine hits. (Last updated: May 26)

RHP Drew Steckenrider (COVID IL)
Expected return:
To be determined
Steckenrider had slowly but surely plunged into higher leverage situations as the season wore on, thanks to a streak of six consecutive scoreless outings leading up to his stint in IL. He also showed ability in multiple innings, which was essential for a Mariners pitching staff who lost four starters in the first six weeks of the season. (Last updated: May 26)


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