BREAKING: Detroit Tigers’ starting pitcher placed on IL

On Sunday, the Detroit Tigers defeated the first place Minnesota Twins 5-3.

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Following the game, Tigers’ manager Ron Gardenhire told reporters that starting pitcher Tyson Ross would be placed on the 10-day IL with right elbow ulnar neuritis.

From Detroit Free Press:

“It came on in the last start and something that, waking up the next day, I was hoping it was feeling better,” Ross said. “But it wasn’t, so it was a couple days of treatment and now it hasn’t really improved.”

So far in 2019, Ross is 1-5 with a 6.11 ERA.


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