Found August 07, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
The San Diego Padres have expected slugger Carlos Quentin to return to their lineup seemingly every game over the past several days. Unfortunately for the Friars, Quentin continues to deal with a knee injury which has prevented him from returning to action. While the Padres initially said Quentin wouldn't require a stint on the disabled list as a result of his knee ailment, manager Bud Black hinted that a roster move could be coming, as there's currently no timetable for the outfielder's return, reports Bill Center of The Union-Times San Diego. “He’s still sore,” Black said Tuesday. “There is no timetable on his return. He’s experienced some discomfort while running. We’re going to re-evaluate where he is and make a determination of back dating him to the disabled list.” Quentin hasn't appeared for the Padres since July 30 when he only lasted two at-bats against the Cincinnati Reds due to his lingering knee injury. He was sidelined the game before due to the injury. Prior to the injury, Quentin had played in 31 of San Diego's 32 games after recovering from a shoulder ailment. The injury-prone slugger was hitting on all cylinders before being sidelined by his knee, as he was batting .294 with nine doubles and six home runs over his previous 32 games. On the season, the 30-year-old has hit .275/.363/.493 with 21 doubles and 13 home runs. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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