The Arizona Diamondbacks made series of moves today and one of them includes placing Right-handed pitcher Taylor Clarke on the injured reserved list for the next ten days.
The team stated that he was suffering from a separated shoulder.
This was Clarke’s first injury since July 17, 2019 when he had a sore back against the Milwaukee Brewers. He’s in his third year as a member of the D-backs and has pitched 33.2 innings out of the bullpen this year. He is 1-0 with a 3.74 ERA and has also allowed 15 runs and struck out 32 batters in 30 games played so far this season. A year ago he was 3-0 in twelve games, five of them were starts.
Overall, the reliever from Ashburn Virginia has posted a 9-5 record with a 4.73 ERA in 65 games played, 20 of which were starts,140 strikeouts and 162 innings pitched.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are in a tough spot as a whole right now as they’re currently 20-48 and would like to get back on track as quick as possible.
|2021-06-15 22:05||USA||Arm||Clarke has been assigned to the 10-day injured list due to a right teres major muscle strain, and he will miss an extended period. Expected Return: Out indefinitely|
|2019-07-28 18:05||USAToday||Undisclosed||Clarke has been activated from the paternity leave list and is likely to be available against the Yankees on Tuesday.|
|2019-07-17 14:06||USAToday||Undisclosed||Clarke is on the 10-day injured list with lower-back inflammation. It is expected that he will return to the mound for Friday’s game against the Brewers.|
|2019-07-04 05:05||FOX||Back||10-Day Injured List Back|