Found April 22, 2014 on Sports Injury Alert:
Mariners starting pitcher James Paxton, who strained a lat muscle on April 8th, against the Angels, will be out 6 to 8 weeks while he tries to recover from the unfortunate injury. I reported the injury and Paxton was placed on the disabled list the day after.  Greg Johns of MLB.com says manager McClendon stated that Paxton is on a 6-8 week timetable, so he hasn’t starting throwing yet. Paxton says he is seeing the doctor and hopes to be cleared to begin throwing, according to Johns. McClendon says Paxton is on 6-8 week timetable, so he's not even throwing yet.— Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) April 21, 2014 James Paxton says he's seeing doctor Wed. and hopes to be cleared to begin throwing. He's optimistic it won't take 6-8 weeks to return.— Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) April 21, 2014 Seattle started the 2014 season without Hisashi Iwakuma (finger) or top prospect Taijuan Walker (shoulder) as Iwakuma is on track to make his debut soon, but Walker had a setback. Walker w...
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