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Mariners Stephen Pryor goes on the DL
We learned yesterday that the M's have suffered another MAJOR team injury.
Stephen Pryor was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Mariners on Monday after the right-handed reliever was diagnosed with a tear in the latissimus dorsi muscle behind his right shoulder.
Pryor pitched in seven of the Mariners' first 14 games this season and had not allowed a run in 7 1/3 innings.
Greg John's goes onto write available right-handed relievers in Tacoma include Logan Bawcom, Danny Farquhar, Jhonny Nunez, Brian Sweeney and Yoervis Medina.
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Right-handed reliever Stephen Pryor has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Seattle Mariners after he suffered a tear in a muscle in his back.
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The Seattle Mariners have placed right-handed reliever
Stephen Pryor on the disabled list with a tear in the latissimus dorsi muscle
of his right shoulder, the team has announced.
The tear was recently discovered by the team after Pryor
complained of tightness in his back during Sunday’s appearance against the
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