MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
INJURIES
11/20/1939
 
Sunday, October 8th, 1939
Washington Senators: 1B Kerby Farrell was injured . The Diagnosis: Gout. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Thursday, October 5th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Eddie Stutz diagnosed with bone chips in his elbow, will miss 2-3 months.
Wednesday, October 4th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Eddie Stutz was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, September 30th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: SP Bob Feller was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, September 23rd, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield diagnosed with a herniated disc, will miss 4 months.
Cincinnati Reds: SP Bob Feller was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, September 22nd, 1939
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman diagnosed with a strained back muscle, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Kansas City Blues: LF Terry Moore was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, September 20th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: CF Hank Leiber diagnosed with a bruised back, is day-to-day for 3 days.
Boston Red Sox: 3B Frank Skaff diagnosed with a sore hamstring, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek diagnosed with a fractured ankle, will miss 4-5 months.
Kansas City Blues: SP Ira Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow inflammation. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, September 19th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: CF Hank Leiber was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Buffalo Bisons: RP Fred Browning was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, September 18th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Vance Mauney diagnosed with an oblique strain, will miss 4 weeks.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Boston Red Sox: 3B Frank Skaff was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, September 17th, 1939
New York Giants: RP Tom Richardson diagnosed with a torn back muscle, will miss 4 months.
Kansas City Blues: SP Vance Mauney was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, September 15th, 1939
New York Giants: RP Tom Richardson was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, September 14th, 1939
Boston Braves: C Al Lopez was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, September 13th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Pretzel Pezzullo diagnosed with bone chips in his elbow, will miss 3 months.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek diagnosed with a bruised shoulder, is day-to-day for 5 days.
Tuesday, September 12th, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: 2B Billy Herman diagnosed with a sore hamstring, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured being hit by a pitch. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, September 11th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Pretzel Pezzullo was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Philadelphia Athletics: 2B Billy Herman was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Tony Freitas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, September 8th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: 2B Billy Sullivan Jr was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, September 6th, 1939
New York Yankees: RF Ben Chapman diagnosed with a mild hamstring strain, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Tuesday, September 5th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Tommy de la Cruz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow inflammation. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
New York Yankees: RF Ben Chapman was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
St. Louis Browns: SS Eddie Joost was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, September 2nd, 1939
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Thursday, August 31st, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Glenn I Liebhardt diagnosed with back spasms, but will not miss any additional time.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Ervin Baker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, August 30th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Glenn I Liebhardt was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, August 29th, 1939
Chicago Cubs: SP Pat Malone was injured . The Diagnosis: Earache. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, August 28th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: CF Nino Bongiovanni was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, August 27th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RF Johnny Barrett diagnosed with a fractured thumb, will miss 3 weeks.
Friday, August 25th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, August 23rd, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RF Johnny Barrett was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, August 22nd, 1939
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis diagnosed with a mild calf strain, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Chicago White Sox: CF Chet Ross was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, August 21st, 1939
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, August 20th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: SP Lefty Gomez was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP George Granger was injured . The Diagnosis: Personal leave. This injury keeps him out of action for 3 days.
Saturday, August 19th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: CF Harlin Pool was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, August 18th, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about one week.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Tex Carleton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Wednesday, August 16th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: CF Sam West was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Cleveland Indians: SP Johnny Rigney diagnosed with a mild shoulder strain, is day-to-day for 2 days.
Tuesday, August 15th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: 1B Dom Dallessandro was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Cleveland Indians: SP Johnny Rigney was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
New York Yankees: 1B Sam Leslie was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Monday, August 14th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Roy Henshaw was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, August 13th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: LF Coaker Triplett was injured . The Diagnosis: Conjunctivitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Buffalo Bisons: 1B Dom Dallessandro was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, August 9th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Tommy de la Cruz diagnosed with forearm inflammation, will miss 4 weeks.
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Roy Henshaw was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Giants: SP Bob Logan was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, August 8th, 1939
New York Yankees: RP Sharkey Eiland was injured . The Diagnosis: Sinusitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Buddy Hassett was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Jammed finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, August 5th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Tommy de la Cruz was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Ralph Winegarner was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Friday, August 4th, 1939
Chicago Cubs: SP Jack Knott was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Thursday, August 3rd, 1939
Kansas City Blues: RP Fred Brown diagnosed with back tightness, is day-to-day for 5 days.
Wednesday, August 2nd, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: SS Dib Williams was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, August 1st, 1939
Kansas City Blues: RP Fred Brown was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, July 31st, 1939
Chicago White Sox: RP Bert Hunter diagnosed with biceps tendinitis, will miss 5 days.
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman diagnosed with a sore back, but will not miss any additional time.
Sunday, July 30th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Oral Hildebrand diagnosed with a torn flexor tendon in his elbow, will miss 7 months.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres diagnosed with hamstring soreness, but will not miss any additional time.
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, July 29th, 1939
Chicago White Sox: RP Bert Hunter was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Oral Hildebrand was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, July 28th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Paul Derringer was injured . The Diagnosis: Gout. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Cleveland Indians: RF Bill Norman was injured . The Diagnosis: Unspecified. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 days.
Tuesday, July 25th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: RP R. Hoffman was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, July 23rd, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: 3B Jimmy Brown was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Oral Hildebrand was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, July 20th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: CF George Case was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, July 18th, 1939
Washington Senators: CF Johnny Mize was injured . The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This injury keeps him out of action for one week.
Saturday, July 15th, 1939
Detroit Tigers: LF Gee Walker was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Foot soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, July 14th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Whit Wyatt diagnosed with a finger blister, is day-to-day for 6 days.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised foot. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, July 13th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Whit Wyatt was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, July 12th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Chicago Cubs: 3B Tony Lazzeri was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Patellar tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
Tuesday, July 11th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: SP Ed Durham diagnosed with a finger blister, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Baltimore Orioles: SS Dib Williams diagnosed with a bruised thigh, is day-to-day for 3 days.
Monday, July 10th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: SP Ed Durham was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Baltimore Orioles: SS Dib Williams was injured being hit by a pitch. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, July 8th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Michael Schroeder was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, July 4th, 1939
Detroit Tigers: SP Jim Tobin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, July 3rd, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Vance Mauney was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, July 2nd, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Ira Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, June 29th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RP Emil Roy was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, June 28th, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about one week.
Sunday, June 25th, 1939
Chicago Cubs: 3B Tony Lazzeri was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hip strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, June 24th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Paul Derringer was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 4 days.
Friday, June 23rd, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: SS Travis Jackson diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament, will miss 7 months.
Thursday, June 22nd, 1939
New York Yankees: RP Lester Wirkkala diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff, it's a career-ending injury.
Philadelphia Athletics: SS Travis Jackson was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Baltimore Orioles: RP Don Lupo was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, June 21st, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Andy Porter diagnosed with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament, it's a career-ending injury.
Tuesday, June 20th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Roy Williams was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 1-2 weeks.
New York Yankees: RP Lester Wirkkala was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, June 19th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: 3B Chet Laabs diagnosed with a strained quad, is day-to-day for one week.
Sunday, June 18th, 1939
Milwaukee Brewers: 3B Chet Laabs was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Jim Lyons was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Boston Red Sox: SP Harry Brecheen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, June 17th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Andy Porter was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, June 16th, 1939
Washington Senators: RP Henry Kelley diagnosed with a mild abdominal strain, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Thursday, June 15th, 1939
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt diagnosed with a strained back muscle, is day-to-day for one week.
Kansas City Blues: CL Walter Kaeding diagnosed with bone chips in his elbow, will miss 3 months.
Washington Senators: RP Henry Kelley was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, June 14th, 1939
New York Giants: SP Hugh Casey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, June 13th, 1939
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, June 12th, 1939
New York Yankees: Sam Gibson has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6-7 months.
Kansas City Blues: CL Walter Kaeding was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, June 11th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: RP Don Lupo diagnosed with a sore elbow, is day-to-day for 6 days.
Saturday, June 10th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: RP Don Lupo was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, June 9th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RF Dusty Cooke diagnosed with a torn back muscle, will miss 4 months.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Lefty Sullivan was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, June 6th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, June 4th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP John Zdrodowski was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, May 31st, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Ralph Winegarner diagnosed with shoulder tendinitis, will miss 4 weeks.
Cleveland Indians: RP Eddie Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Baltimore Orioles: SS Dib Williams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Nick Strincevich was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, May 30th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: 1B Dom Dallessandro diagnosed with a strained lat, will miss 3 weeks.
Monday, May 29th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Ralph Winegarner was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, May 28th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RP Norman Wagner diagnosed with a torn labrum, will miss 7-8 months.
Buffalo Bisons: 1B Dom Dallessandro was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Baltimore Orioles: RF Ted Williams was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Saturday, May 27th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RP Norman Wagner was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, May 23rd, 1939
St. Louis Browns: SP Bob Weiland was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, May 22nd, 1939
Washington Senators: RP Dick Lanahan diagnosed with a forearm strain, is day-to-day for 2-3 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: CF Max E West was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Biceps tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Cincinnati Reds: RF Roy Weatherly was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Sunday, May 21st, 1939
Washington Senators: RP Dick Lanahan was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, May 17th, 1939
Chicago Cubs: RP Bill Weir diagnosed with a sore forearm, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Twisted ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Brooklyn Dodgers: 1B Martin Dihigo was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Detroit Tigers: C Josh Gibson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, May 16th, 1939
Detroit Tigers: SS Peanuts Lowrey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Chicago Cubs: RP Bill Weir was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, May 14th, 1939
Boston Red Sox: SP Cliff Melton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Larry Donovan was injured . The Diagnosis: Personal leave. This injury keeps him out of action for 1-2 weeks.
Saturday, May 13th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: RP Fred Browning diagnosed with a hamstring strain, will miss 2-3 months.
Friday, May 12th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: CF Sam West diagnosed with a strained back muscle, will miss 2 weeks.
Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Forrest Twogood was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, May 11th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: RP Fred Browning was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, May 8th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: 2B Skeeter Newsome diagnosed with a fractured knee, will miss 6 months.
Cincinnati Reds: CF Sam West was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, May 7th, 1939
Detroit Tigers: SP Marv Breuer was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, May 6th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Ed Baecht was injured when he was attacked by a shark. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 weeks.
Pittsburgh Pirates: 3B Maurice Gorham diagnosed with hamstring tendinitis, will miss 2 days.
Friday, May 5th, 1939
New York Yankees: RP H. Strickland was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Thursday, May 4th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: 2B Skeeter Newsome was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Pittsburgh Pirates: 3B Maurice Gorham was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, May 3rd, 1939
Boston Braves: C William Outen was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Tuesday, May 2nd, 1939
Chicago Cubs: SP Jack Knott was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, May 1st, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: 2B Fabian Gaffke was injured . The Diagnosis: Cold. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Saturday, April 29th, 1939
Cleveland Indians: 3B Lou Boudreau was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised toe. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, April 28th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: 2B Lee Handley diagnosed with a tender elbow, is day-to-day for one week.
Boston Red Sox: CF John Wehmeyer was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, April 27th, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: SS Travis Jackson was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Cincinnati Reds: 2B Lee Handley was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, April 23rd, 1939
Chicago Cubs: CF Hersh Martin was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Saturday, April 22nd, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Julius Wiese was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, April 21st, 1939
New York Yankees: CF Lazaro Salazar diagnosed with an oblique strain, will miss 5-6 weeks.
Thursday, April 20th, 1939
New York Yankees: CF Lazaro Salazar was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, April 19th, 1939
Chicago White Sox: Charley Baron has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Cleveland Indians: SP Wilson Hayes was injured . The Diagnosis: Hyper-extended Ankle. This injury keeps him out of action for 3 days.
Monday, April 17th, 1939
New York Yankees: Earl Whitehill has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Russ Bauers was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Washington Senators: SP Vallie Eaves was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, April 16th, 1939
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek diagnosed with a sore thumb, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Detroit Tigers: SP Clay Bryant was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Saturday, April 15th, 1939
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, April 14th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Ira Smith was injured . The Diagnosis: Dehydration. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, April 13th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Buddy Hassett was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Monday, April 10th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein diagnosed with a stiff back, but will not miss any additional time.
Sunday, April 9th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, April 8th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RF Dusty Cooke diagnosed with a strained hamstring, will miss 7-8 weeks.
Friday, April 7th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: SP Tex Carleton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
Thursday, April 6th, 1939
St. Louis Browns: 2B George Detore was injured while falling down a ravine when hiking. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This injury keeps him out of action for 4 weeks.
Wednesday, April 5th, 1939
Chicago White Sox: 1B Hugh Gustafson was injured . The Diagnosis: Viral infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, April 4th, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: RP Robert Wright diagnosed with forearm inflammation, will miss 2 months.
Monday, April 3rd, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: 1B Lonny Frey was injured . The Diagnosis: Viral infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, April 2nd, 1939
New York Yankees: Earl Whitehill has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 3 weeks.
Cincinnati Reds: RP Norman Wagner was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Browns: SP Bob Weiland was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, March 31st, 1939
Baltimore Orioles: RP Robert Wright was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, March 30th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, March 29th, 1939
St. Louis Browns: C Jim Hegan diagnosed with a twisted ankle, is day-to-day for 2 days.
Tuesday, March 28th, 1939
Detroit Tigers: Peanuts Lowrey has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 1-2 weeks.
Monday, March 27th, 1939
Buffalo Bisons: RP George Barley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
St. Louis Browns: C Jim Hegan was injured while stealing a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Mel J Queen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, March 25th, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: RP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Friday, March 24th, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: LF Dee Miles was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, March 23rd, 1939
Philadelphia Athletics: RP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, March 22nd, 1939
Chicago White Sox: 1B Charley Baron diagnosed with a strained rib cage muscle, will miss 4-5 weeks.
Philadelphia Athletics: 3B John Kreevich was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Detroit Tigers: SS Peanuts Lowrey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Tommy de la Cruz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, March 20th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Dick Barrett diagnosed with a torn triceps, will miss 3 months.
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek diagnosed with a sprained ankle, will miss 3 weeks.
Chicago White Sox: 1B Charley Baron was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, March 19th, 1939
Boston Braves: CF Johnny Wyrostek was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, March 18th, 1939
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Dick Barrett was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Cleveland Indians: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, March 16th, 1939
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: RP Tommy Bridges was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Yankees: CL Lester Wirkkala was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained shoulder. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Roy Mahaffey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Wednesday, March 15th, 1939
Kansas City Blues: SP Vance Mauney was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, March 14th, 1939
New York Yankees: SP Earl Whitehill diagnosed with elbow tendinitis, will miss 5 weeks.
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Kirby Higbe diagnosed with a torn labrum, will miss 4-5 months.
Brooklyn Dodgers: SS Johnny Watson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Monday, March 13th, 1939
New York Yankees: SP Earl Whitehill was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, March 12th, 1939
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Kirby Higbe was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
New York Giants: RP Ossie Brown was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, March 10th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RP Bill Kalfass was injured . The Diagnosis: Stomach virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, March 9th, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Buffalo Bisons: RP Mike Salinsen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, January 17th, 1939
Cincinnati Reds: RF Buster Mills was injured . The Diagnosis: Fractured wrist, strained rib cage muscle, sore knee. This injury keeps him out of action for 7 weeks.
Tuesday, November 22nd, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Andy Porter was injured when he heroically rescued neighbors from a house fire. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, November 15th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Jimmy Densmore was injured while falling out of his son's treehouse. The Diagnosis: Sprained thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, October 12th, 1938
Boston Braves: LF Goody Rosen was injured . The Diagnosis: Food poisoning. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 days.
Saturday, October 8th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, October 4th, 1938
Baltimore Orioles: SP Nick Strincevich was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, October 3rd, 1938
New York Yankees: SP Sam Gibson diagnosed with a torn flexor tendon in his elbow, will miss 14 months.
Saturday, October 1st, 1938
New York Yankees: LF Barney McCosky was injured . The Diagnosis: Strep throat. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Yankees: SP Sam Gibson was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Ballplayer Formby was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, September 28th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Whit Wyatt was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Willis Hudlin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Tender elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, September 27th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: 2B Billy Herman diagnosed with a ruptured finger tendon, will miss 3-4 months.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Tony Freitas diagnosed with a stiff back, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Milwaukee Brewers: 1B Rudy York was injured . The Diagnosis: Conjunctivitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Roy Chesterfield was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Yankees: 2B Dutch Meyer was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Torn thumb ligament. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Monday, September 26th, 1938
New York Giants: 2B Mickey Haslin diagnosed with a torn calf muscle, will miss 4 months.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Tony Freitas was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, September 25th, 1938
Chicago White Sox: SS Rudolph Laskowski diagnosed with shoulder tendinitis, is day-to-day for 3 days.
Philadelphia Athletics: 2B Billy Herman was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, September 24th, 1938
New York Yankees: SP Sam Gibson was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Giants: 2B Mickey Haslin was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, September 23rd, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: 3B Travis Jackson diagnosed with back tightness, will miss 2 weeks.
Chicago White Sox: SS Rudolph Laskowski was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, September 22nd, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: Mel Almada has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 3 weeks.
Baltimore Orioles: RP Gene Schott was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Chicago Cubs: RP Buck Ross was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, September 20th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Guy Bush was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Philadelphia Athletics: 3B Travis Jackson was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Buffalo Bisons: RP Jack Wilson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Monday, September 19th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: CF George Selkirk was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, September 16th, 1938
Washington Senators: SP Fred Isert diagnosed with elbow inflammation, will miss one week.
Thursday, September 15th, 1938
New York Yankees: CF Dixie Walker was injured while chasing his dog down the street. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: 3B Anastasio Santaella was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Recurring back spasms. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Tuesday, September 13th, 1938
Washington Senators: SP Fred Isert was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, September 12th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Waite Hoyt diagnosed with shoulder bursitis, will miss 6 weeks.
Saturday, September 10th, 1938
Chicago Cubs: CF Earl Averill was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Friday, September 9th, 1938
Boston Braves: SS Dib Williams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild groin strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, September 8th, 1938
New York Yankees: 1B Jack Graham was injured . The Diagnosis: Undisclosed. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Tuesday, September 6th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: Vic Sorrell has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: 2B Art Garibaldi was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, September 5th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: RF Johnny Barrett was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
St. Louis Browns: SP Al Milnar was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, September 1st, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Jim Lyons was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, August 30th, 1938
St. Louis Browns: SP Al Milnar was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Cincinnati Reds: SP Red Ruffing was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, August 29th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: LF Mel Almada was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: High ankle sprain. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: SP Harry Brecheen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, August 28th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein diagnosed with shoulder tendinitis, is day-to-day for 6 days.
Saturday, August 27th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, August 26th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: 1B Lonny Frey diagnosed with a strained anterior cruciate ligament, will miss 3 months.
Thursday, August 25th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP George Granger was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, August 24th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: 1B Lonny Frey was injured while stealing a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, August 22nd, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski diagnosed with a sore shoulder, is day-to-day for 2 days.
Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Forrest Twogood was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Sunday, August 21st, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, August 20th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke diagnosed with back tightness, is day-to-day for one week.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff, will miss 4 months.
Boston Braves: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Friday, August 19th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Detroit Tigers: C Josh Gibson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
Cincinnati Reds: LF Mel Almada was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, August 18th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: 1B Rudy York was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, August 17th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: SP Johnny Broaca was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, August 16th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz diagnosed with a partially torn labrum, will miss 5 weeks.
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Vic Sorrell was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: CF Dom Dallessandro was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago White Sox: 1B Hugh Gustafson was injured . The Diagnosis: Personal leave. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Sunday, August 14th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: 3B Travis Jackson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained Achilles tendon. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, August 12th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Jimmy Densmore was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, August 11th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Bud Tinning diagnosed with a mild shoulder strain, is day-to-day for one week.
Chicago White Sox: RF E. Hartley was injured . The Diagnosis: Stomach virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, August 10th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Bud Tinning was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Washington Senators: RP Max Thomas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Monday, August 8th, 1938
St. Louis Browns: Buddy Lewis has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Saturday, August 6th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: SP Bob Feller diagnosed with shoulder tendinitis, is day-to-day for 6 days.
Baltimore Orioles: C Frankie Hayes was injured in a collision at home plate. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Friday, August 5th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: SP Bob Feller was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, August 4th, 1938
Chicago Cubs: C Tom Angley was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 1938
Cleveland Indians: CF Roy Quillinan diagnosed with a torn ligament in his thumb, will miss 1-2 weeks.
Tuesday, August 2nd, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, July 31st, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: SP Fred Browning diagnosed with an oblique strain, will miss 2 weeks.
Saturday, July 30th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: 2B Skeeter Newsome was injured while stealing a base. The Diagnosis: Torn quadriceps. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Cleveland Indians: CF Roy Quillinan was injured on a defensive play. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, July 29th, 1938
Baltimore Orioles: SP Bill Hallahan diagnosed with a stretched elbow ligament, will miss 11 months.
Buffalo Bisons: SP Fred Browning was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, July 28th, 1938
Baltimore Orioles: SP Hugh Mulcahy diagnosed with a ruptured ulnar collateral ligament, will miss 9 months.
Wednesday, July 27th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: SP Clay Bryant diagnosed with a tired arm, is day-to-day for 5 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Paul Derringer was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Bill Hallahan was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Syl Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Tuesday, July 26th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: Russ Bauers has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2-3 months.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Hugh Mulcahy was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, July 25th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: RP John Kerdock was injured . The Diagnosis: Heat exhaustion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Detroit Tigers: SP Clay Bryant was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, July 24th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: Hank McDonald has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis diagnosed with a strained hamstring, is day-to-day for 2 weeks.
Detroit Tigers: SP Jim Tobin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, July 23rd, 1938
St. Louis Browns: 3B Buddy Lewis was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Willis Hudlin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Neck stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, July 22nd, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SP Vito Tamulis was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, July 20th, 1938
St. Louis Browns: SP Al Milnar was injured . The Diagnosis: Viral infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, July 17th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Dick Barrett was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, July 13th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Ellis Austin diagnosed with a herniated disc, will miss 3 months.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Hank McDonald was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Monday, July 11th, 1938
Washington Senators: SS Joe Cronin diagnosed with a herniated disc, will miss one week.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres diagnosed with a finger blister, is day-to-day for 2 days.
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Syl Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, July 10th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Jack Knott was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Neck stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Gil Torres was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, July 8th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: Bill V Swift has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 weeks.
Thursday, July 7th, 1938
Washington Senators: SS Joe Cronin was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, July 5th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Pretzel Pezzullo was injured while getting beaned during batting practice. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This injury keeps him out of action for one week.
Sunday, July 3rd, 1938
Washington Senators: SS Joe Cronin diagnosed with an elbow sprain, is day-to-day for 2-3 weeks.
Saturday, July 2nd, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: SS Tony Malinosky was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, July 1st, 1938
Washington Senators: SS Joe Cronin was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Bill Hallahan was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, June 30th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, June 29th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: SP Tommy Reis was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, June 26th, 1938
Boston Braves: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Friday, June 24th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Paul Derringer diagnosed with a dead arm, will miss 2 days.
Thursday, June 23rd, 1938
New York Yankees: SS Johnny Hudson was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, June 21st, 1938
Kansas City Blues: C Joe Becker was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, June 20th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Paul Derringer was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, June 19th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: RP Bill Hartwig was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, June 18th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RP Ed Fallenstein diagnosed with a torn labrum, will miss 9-10 months.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Eddie Stutz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, June 17th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RP Ed Fallenstein was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Boston Braves: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, June 14th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SP Stanley Todd was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, June 12th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: RF Hub Walker was injured . The Diagnosis: Conjunctivitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift diagnosed with a sore shoulder, will miss 7-8 weeks.
Friday, June 10th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, June 9th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: SP Ed Holley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Tuesday, June 7th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: SP Ira Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Cardinals: RP Ralph Winegarner was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, June 6th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: RP Dick Barrett was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm stiffness. He's expected to miss about one week.
Sunday, June 5th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift diagnosed with a mild abdominal strain, but will not miss any additional time.
Baltimore Orioles: RP Bill Radonits was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about one week.
Saturday, June 4th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: Emil Moscowitz has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, June 2nd, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Ed Pipgras diagnosed with a torn meniscus, will miss 4 months.
Cincinnati Reds: 2B Tony Cuccinello was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Twisted ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, May 30th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski diagnosed with a sprained ankle, will miss 3 weeks.
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Ed Pipgras was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, May 29th, 1938
Boston Red Sox: RF Eddie Morgan was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
New York Yankees: SP Slick Castleman was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, May 22nd, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Whit Wyatt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, May 20th, 1938
St. Louis Browns: RP Charles Bauer was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Chicago White Sox: Hugh Gustafson has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 weeks.
Thursday, May 19th, 1938
New York Giants: SP Bob Logan was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, May 18th, 1938
Boston Red Sox: RF Eddie Morgan diagnosed with a strained hip flexor, is day-to-day for one week.
St. Louis Browns: RF Wally Judnich was injured while stealing a base. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Jim Lyons was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, May 17th, 1938
Boston Red Sox: 2B Jesse Newman diagnosed with a broken bone in the elbow, will miss 5-6 months.
Boston Braves: 1B Billy Werber was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: RF Eddie Morgan was injured while stealing a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, May 16th, 1938
New York Yankees: CF Lazaro Salazar diagnosed with bone chips in his elbow, will miss 4-5 months.
New York Giants: RP Tom Richardson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, May 14th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift diagnosed with a mild abdominal strain, is day-to-day for 4 days.
New York Yankees: CF Lazaro Salazar was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, May 13th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Roy Mahaffey diagnosed with forearm inflammation, will miss 4 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: SP Bill V Swift was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: SP Tommy Bridges was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Partially torn labrum. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: 2B Jesse Newman was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, May 12th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Tony Freitas diagnosed with a sore shoulder, is day-to-day for 2 weeks.
Wednesday, May 11th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: 2B Red Kress diagnosed with a stiff back, is day-to-day for 2 weeks.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Tony Freitas was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Tuesday, May 10th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Russ Bauers diagnosed with shoulder inflammation, will miss 4 months.
Monday, May 9th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke diagnosed with hamstring soreness, is day-to-day for 1 day.
Cleveland Indians: SP Ed Brandt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Brooklyn Dodgers: 2B Red Kress was injured in a collision at a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Roy Mahaffey was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, May 8th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Roger Wolff diagnosed with a partially torn labrum, will miss 3-4 months.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Buffalo Bisons: RF Dusty Cooke was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, May 7th, 1938
Brooklyn Dodgers: SP Russ Bauers was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, May 6th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: SP Roger Wolff was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, April 30th, 1938
Chicago White Sox: LF Bill Hoskins was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, April 28th, 1938
Chicago Cubs: 3B Tony Lazzeri was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, April 27th, 1938
Chicago Cubs: SP Carl Fischer diagnosed with a forearm cramp, is day-to-day for 2 days.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, April 26th, 1938
Chicago Cubs: SP Carl Fischer was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, April 25th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: CF George Selkirk diagnosed with a forearm strain, is day-to-day for 4 weeks.
Boston Braves: SP Si Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Boston Braves: RP Kemp Wicker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 4 days.
Sunday, April 24th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: CF George Selkirk was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, April 21st, 1938
Chicago White Sox: 1B Hugh Gustafson diagnosed with torn ankle ligaments, will miss 8-9 weeks.
Chicago Cubs: SP Carl Fischer was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, April 19th, 1938
Baltimore Orioles: C Frankie Hayes diagnosed with a strained abdominal muscle, will miss 4-5 weeks.
Monday, April 18th, 1938
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz diagnosed with a stiff back, is day-to-day for 2 days.
New York Yankees: SP Sam Gibson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, April 17th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: 2B Hank Majeski was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Philadelphia Athletics: SP Emil Moscowitz was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, April 16th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: RP Ellis Austin was injured . The Diagnosis: Food poisoning. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 days.
Baltimore Orioles: C Frankie Hayes was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Chicago White Sox: 1B Hugh Gustafson was injured while stealing a base. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, April 15th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: Stanley Combs has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Cincinnati Reds: SP Red Ruffing was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, April 11th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: CF Harlin Pool diagnosed with a strained quad, is day-to-day for 4 weeks.
Sunday, April 10th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: SP Ted Wilks diagnosed with a mild shoulder strain, is day-to-day for one week.
Milwaukee Brewers: CF Harlin Pool was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, April 9th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: SP Ted Wilks was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Washington Senators: SP Fred Isert was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, April 8th, 1938
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein diagnosed with forearm stiffness, will miss 3 days.
Buffalo Bisons: RP Jack Wilson diagnosed with back tightness, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Baltimore Orioles: SP Henry Kelley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Abdominal soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, April 7th, 1938
Cincinnati Reds: 2B Lee Handley was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Pittsburgh Pirates: RP Irv Stein was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, April 6th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: C Tommie Dukes diagnosed with a concussion, will miss 3 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: RP Jack Wilson was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Milwaukee Brewers: RP Woody Upchurch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, April 5th, 1938
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Waite Hoyt diagnosed with a mild abdominal strain, is day-to-day for 4 days.
Detroit Tigers: C Tommie Dukes was injured being hit by a pitch. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Monday, April 4th, 1938
Kansas City Blues: 1B Bruce Caldwell diagnosed with a sore back, but will not miss any additional time.
Kansas City Blues: 1B Thomas Adams was injured . The Diagnosis: Sinus infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, April 3rd, 1938
Kansas City Blues: 1B Bruce Caldwell was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
New York Yankees: CF Lazaro Salazar was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
St. Louis Cardinals: SP Waite Hoyt was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Chicago Cubs: RP Lou Polli was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Acromioclavicular joint irritation. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Saturday, April 2nd, 1938
Washington Senators: RP Ivy Andrews diagnosed with a strained calf muscle, will miss 2-3 weeks.
Boston Red Sox: CF Len Koenecke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Kansas City Blues: LF Terry Moore was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn quadriceps. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Friday, April 1st, 1938
Detroit Tigers: CL Harry Gumbert diagnosed with a partially torn labrum, will miss 6-7 weeks.
Washington Senators: RP Ivy Andrews was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, March 31st, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Paul Dean diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff, will miss 5 months.
Pittsburgh Pirates: 1B Gus Suhr was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised foot. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, March 30th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SP Robert Porter was injured while working out. The Diagnosis: Elbow ligament reconstruction surgery. This injury keeps him out of action for 10-11 months.
Cleveland Indians: SP Johnny Rigney diagnosed with a hamstring strain, will miss 3 weeks.
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Ellis Austin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, March 29th, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: RF Stanley Combs diagnosed with a strained lat, will miss 3-4 weeks.
Monday, March 28th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SP Johnny Rigney was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Detroit Tigers: CL Harry Gumbert was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, March 27th, 1938
Baltimore Orioles: 1B Sam Leslie was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Paul Dean was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Boston Braves: SS Dib Williams was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, March 26th, 1938
Philadelphia Phillies: SP Howard Fryman was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: RF Stanley Combs was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Friday, March 25th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: 3B Pinky May was injured while stealing a base. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, March 24th, 1938
Milwaukee Brewers: C Ray Mueller was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hand contusion. He's expected to miss about one week.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 1938
Buffalo Bisons: CF Dom Dallessandro diagnosed with forearm tendinitis, will miss 2 weeks.
Chicago White Sox: RP Edward Everitt was injured . The Diagnosis: Allergic reaction. This injury keeps him out of action for 6 days.
Chicago White Sox: CF Nick Etten was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Boston Red Sox: SS Frank Paluck was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Detroit Tigers: RF Dick Siebert was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, March 22nd, 1938
St. Louis Browns: CF Pete Fox was injured . The Diagnosis: Viral infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, March 21st, 1938
Chicago White Sox: RP Edward Everitt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, March 20th, 1938
Detroit Tigers: CL L. Winstead diagnosed with a sore elbow, is day-to-day for 2 weeks.
Buffalo Bisons: CF Dom Dallessandro was injured while throwing the ball. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Saturday, March 19th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: CF Roy Quillinan diagnosed with plantar fascitis, will miss 6 weeks.
Detroit Tigers: CL L. Winstead was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
St. Louis Browns: SP Alfred Henning was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Boston Braves: SP Johnny Welch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, March 17th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: CF Roy Quillinan was injured while running the bases. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Wednesday, March 16th, 1938
Chicago White Sox: RP Big Boy Davis diagnosed with bone chips in his elbow, will miss 4 weeks.
Tuesday, March 15th, 1938
Washington Senators: SP Harold Ginn diagnosed with a damaged elbow ligament, will miss 13 months.
Monday, March 14th, 1938
Chicago White Sox: RP Big Boy Davis was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Sunday, March 13th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: RP Eddie Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, March 11th, 1938
Washington Senators: SP Harold Ginn was injured while pitching. The diagnosis is not yet known.
Thursday, March 10th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SS Gene Lillard was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, February 24th, 1938
Cleveland Indians: SP Vito Tamulis was injured when he tripped over the curb. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 weeks.
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