FEDERALLY ALIGNED BASEBALL LEAGUES
INJURIES
08/22/1927
 
Saturday, August 20th, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: CL Hank Theriault was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, August 19th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: LF Tom Hopkins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore groin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Mel Strom was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Max Morris was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Ruptured Achilles tendon. He's expected to miss about 5 months.
Thursday, August 18th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: CF Andy Stoddard was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Tony Henderson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, August 17th, 1927
New York Stars: SP Pete Scanlon was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Tuesday, August 16th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Sunday, August 14th, 1927
New York Stars: 3B Hank Bullock was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Stars: SS Don Tyra was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Concussion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, August 12th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Wednesday, August 10th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Al Colby has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Toronto Wolves: LF Aaron Edwards was injured after being bit by a rabid dog. The Diagnosis: Undisclosed injury. This injury keeps him out of action for 3 days.
Tuesday, August 9th, 1927
Washington Eagles: LF Paul Bailey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Sunday, August 7th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: SP Mose Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Toronto Wolves: SP Willie Couillard was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Carl Mellen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. This is a CAREER ENDING injury!
Tuesday, August 2nd, 1927
New York Stars: LF Tim Johnson was injured . The Diagnosis: Cold. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, August 1st, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: SP Jimmy Clinch was injured . The Diagnosis: Knee Tendinitis. This injury keeps him out of action for 3 days.
Sunday, July 31st, 1927
New York Stars: CF Gordie Loftus was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained shoulder. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Saturday, July 30th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: CL Al Colby was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow strain. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Thursday, July 28th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, July 27th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Sailors: RP John Beltre was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Abdominal soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, July 25th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: SS Jack Collins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Toby Runlon was injured . The Diagnosis: Unspecified. This injury keeps him out of action for 4 days.
Sunday, July 24th, 1927
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, July 23rd, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: 2B Joe Chattman was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Rufus Sanders was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, July 22nd, 1927
New York Stars: Pete Layton has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2-3 months.
St. Louis Pioneers: 3B Don Duke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, July 19th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 2 days.
Monday, July 18th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: LF Cy Lynch was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Sunday, July 17th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: 1B Bobby Davis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Dirk Mannheim was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: 3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Saturday, July 16th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: 1B Bob Scholer was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, July 15th, 1927
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Ernie Davey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 8 months.
Cleveland Foresters: CL Jake Young was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Ulnar nerve entrapment. He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Thursday, July 14th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: SS Mike Pierce was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, July 13th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Jack Mast was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, July 12th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Abel Man has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Brooklyn Kings: Doug Lightbody has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Bill Dengler was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Toronto Wolves: SP Don Cannaday was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Saturday, July 9th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: RF Doug Lightbody was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, July 8th, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: SP Dick Miner was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Stars: C Sylvanus McHarris was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Sunday, July 3rd, 1927
New York Gothams: SP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
New York Gothams: LF Carlos Cano was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, July 2nd, 1927
Chicago Cougars: SP Benny Walker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, July 1st, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: SP Ken Carpenter was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, June 30th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: SP Bill Dengler was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, June 29th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: SS Mike Pierce was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
New York Stars: LF Tim Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Monday, June 27th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: C Jake Stanley was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Philadelphia Keystones: LF Joel Blaisdell was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Fractured foot. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Sunday, June 26th, 1927
New York Gothams: SP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Abdominal soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, June 25th, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: RF Al Thornton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, June 24th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: CF Freddie Malley was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 2 days.
New York Stars: 2B Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
New York Gothams: SP John Reay was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Partially torn labrum. He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Thursday, June 23rd, 1927
Toronto Wolves: C Ernst Meier was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hyperextended knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, June 22nd, 1927
Washington Eagles: CL Ralph E Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Baltimore Cannons: SP Oscar Jefferson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, June 21st, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Tony Henderson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, June 18th, 1927
New York Stars: 2B Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, June 16th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Joe Chattman has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Wednesday, June 15th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: 3B Rocky Edwards was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Toronto Wolves: CF Freddie Malley was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: 3B John Barber was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Pittsburgh Miners: LF Tom Hopkins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, June 13th, 1927
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Edwin Segovia was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, June 12th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Bob Lawrence was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, June 11th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, June 10th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: SS Carl Milam was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SP Cap McDonald was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Tuesday, June 7th, 1927
Washington Eagles: 2B Jim Carreon was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Monday, June 6th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: 2B Ray Navarro was injured . The Diagnosis: Heat exhaustion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, June 5th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: RF Abel Man was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Concussion. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Saturday, June 4th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, June 3rd, 1927
New York Stars: SP Dick Richards was injured while setting off fireworks in his backyard. The Diagnosis: Undisclosed injury. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 weeks.
New York Stars: 3B Hank Bullock was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, June 2nd, 1927
New York Stars: Rudy Osmond has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Montreal Saints: SP Joe Myres was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, June 1st, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: CL Clint Harris was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Baltimore Cannons: SP Ken Carpenter was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Cleveland Foresters: SS Joe Standish was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Tuesday, May 31st, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about one week.
Monday, May 30th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: CF Art Panko was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Sunday, May 29th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: SS Carl Milam was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, May 28th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: 1B Bob Scholer was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, May 26th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: SP Danny Goff was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Stars: SP Rudy Osmond was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, May 25th, 1927
Montreal Saints: SP Jack Barnet was injured . The Diagnosis: Stomach virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
New York Gothams: SP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
Tuesday, May 24th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: 2B Joe Chattman was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Fractured finger. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Monday, May 23rd, 1927
New York Stars: 2B Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Thursday, May 19th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: LF Art Charles was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, May 18th, 1927
Montreal Saints: SS Jim Newman was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: High ankle sprain. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Tuesday, May 17th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: SS Gary Sanders was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Dirk Mannheim was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Chicago Chiefs: 1B Rube Cross was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Fractured cheekbone. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Sunday, May 15th, 1927
Washington Eagles: 3B Glenn Morrison was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Saturday, May 14th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Art Simmons has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4-5 weeks.
Toronto Wolves: C Ernst Meier was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Ben Thompson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, May 13th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, May 12th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Montreal Saints: SS Ernie Woodrow was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained posterior cruciate ligament. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Cleveland Foresters: SS Joe Standish was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, May 9th, 1927
Washington Eagles: LF Paul Bailey was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, May 8th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Dirk Mannheim was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, May 5th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Herb Martin has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Wednesday, May 4th, 1927
Montreal Saints: C Paul Tattersall was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Philadelphia Keystones: RF Jack Cornelison was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Torn labrum (Shoulder). He's expected to miss about 5-6 months.
Monday, May 2nd, 1927
Chicago Cougars: LF John Dibblee was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Cleveland Foresters: LF John Rudd was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Detroit Dynamos: CF Ed Mercer was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, May 1st, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, April 30th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: SP Topsy Moran was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder impingement. He's expected to miss about 5-6 months.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Boston Minutemen: SP Ken Murphy was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, April 29th, 1927
Montreal Saints: CF Eddie Rodgerson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Boston Minutemen: C Alfred Cass was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hip strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, April 28th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: CF Bert Hartman was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Wednesday, April 27th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: C Alfred Cass was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, April 26th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: Dick Copeland has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: CF David Merchant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, April 25th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Saturday, April 23rd, 1927
Boston Minutemen: SP Ernie Henderson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: LF George Muraro was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: RF Clarence Hall was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, April 22nd, 1927
Montreal Saints: Ruley Lewis has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
New York Gothams: 2B Chris Odle was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, April 21st, 1927
Chicago Cougars: LF John Dibblee was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Heel soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thigh muscle strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Chicago Cougars: RF Hal Turner was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Boston Minutemen: CF Dick Copeland was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, April 20th, 1927
Montreal Saints: SP Joe Myres was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Philadelphia Keystones: SP Ed Cheetham was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, April 19th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Biceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, April 18th, 1927
Washington Eagles: CF Art Simmons was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Plantar fascitis. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Eddie Hannah was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Sunday, April 17th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: CF Felix Bradfield was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Saturday, April 16th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, April 12th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: 3B Floyd Spear was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: LF George Muraro was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Precautionary reasons (head injury). He's expected to miss about 2 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rube Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Partially torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 11 months.
Friday, April 8th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Biceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Harry Walters was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, April 6th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: CF Freddie Malley was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, April 5th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Clint Casstevens was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, April 4th, 1927
New York Gothams: SS George Sanders was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised toe. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Eddie Hannah was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Tony Henderson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Acute elbow soreness. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Sunday, April 3rd, 1927
Montreal Saints: SP Ed O'Kelley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 15-16 months.
Toronto Wolves: SP Ethan Whitaker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Saturday, April 2nd, 1927
New York Gothams: SP Dick Luedtke was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Roy Calfee was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Neck stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, April 1st, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Edwin Segovia was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
Wednesday, March 30th, 1927
Washington Eagles: CL Ralph E Smith was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, March 29th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 7-8 months.
Brooklyn Kings: 2B Willie Jackson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Toronto Wolves: CL Pete Dalton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Pittsburgh Miners: 3B Herb Martin was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Fractured finger. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Monday, March 28th, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: 3B Jake Moore was injured . The Diagnosis: Stomach virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Montreal Saints: CF Ruley Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: High ankle sprain. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Chicago Cougars: SP Harry Flannery was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Lou Blanton was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Thursday, March 24th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: SP Cal Montgomery was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 1927
Chicago Cougars: SP Babe Wilder was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Washington Eagles: 2B Jim Carreon was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Brooklyn Kings: RP Al Colby was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Calf strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Tuesday, March 22nd, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SP Max Dowless was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Chicago Chiefs: RP Bill Kelly was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, March 21st, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Howie Shifflett was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Gothams: CF Del Dunn was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Saturday, March 19th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: 1B Rube Cross was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Hand contusion. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
Friday, March 18th, 1927
New York Gothams: RP Luther Jones was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Walter Pelfrey was injured . The Diagnosis: Conjunctivitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Cleveland Foresters: 1B Jim Holmes was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hip strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: LF Jim Parks was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Thursday, March 17th, 1927
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Washington Eagles: 2B Jim Carreon was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Tony Henderson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Toronto Wolves: CL Pete Dalton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, March 16th, 1927
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Boston Minutemen: SP Ernie Henderson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Washington Eagles: 2B Roy Carpenter was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: SS James Gerhardt was injured when he slipped in the bathtub. The Diagnosis: Undisclosed injury. This injury keeps him out of action for 6 days.
Wednesday, January 26th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: 3B Roy Bishop was injured while landscaping his yard. The Diagnosis: Undisclosed injury. This injury keeps him out of action for 5 weeks.
Wednesday, November 17th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: 3B Ed Wise was injured after getting in a fight during a poker game. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This injury keeps him out of action for 1-2 weeks.
Thursday, November 11th, 1926
New York Gothams: 3B Lee O'Connor was injured while running up the stairs. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. This injury keeps him out of action for 4 weeks.
Sunday, October 3rd, 1926
New York Stars: CF Gordie Loftus was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Calf soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, October 2nd, 1926
New York Gothams: SP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Surgery to remove bone spur (elbow). He's expected to miss about 4-5 months.
Wednesday, September 29th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: Edwin Segovia has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Monday, September 27th, 1926
New York Gothams: Charlie Johnson has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Sunday, September 26th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: Edwin Segovia has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Saturday, September 25th, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: SP Buck Harris was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained triceps. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Thursday, September 23rd, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: CF Felix Bradfield was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 1926
New York Gothams: SP Delos Dunn was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
New York Gothams: 3B Jim Flemming was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised hand. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Boston Minutemen: CF Dick Copeland was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Tuesday, September 21st, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: RP Buck Blood was injured . The Diagnosis: Cold. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Walter Pelfrey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
Brooklyn Kings: RP Buck Blood was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, September 20th, 1926
New York Gothams: SP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Edwin Segovia was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Sunday, September 19th, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: CF Lee Smith was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, September 18th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: 3B Jim Cator was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, September 17th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SP Harvey Rodgers was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Tender shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Baltimore Cannons: SP Ken Carpenter was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Thursday, September 16th, 1926
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Tuesday, September 14th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SS Jack Van Landingham was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, September 13th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: RP Babe Simpson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Philadelphia Sailors: LF George Muraro was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Sunday, September 12th, 1926
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Gene Aldrich was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, September 11th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: 3B Jim Chandler was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Friday, September 10th, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: Claude Castaneda has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 1-2 weeks.
Thursday, September 9th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Gene Aldrich was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Chicago Chiefs: CF Bert Hartman was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Broken hand. He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Chicago Cougars: CF Art Panko was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Wednesday, September 8th, 1926
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
Toronto Wolves: CF Freddie Malley was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, September 7th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: Gene Aldrich has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Philadelphia Keystones: Claude Castaneda has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 1-2 weeks.
Cleveland Foresters: CF Tod Barnes was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Biceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
New York Stars: RP Tom Walker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Saturday, September 4th, 1926
New York Gothams: Charlie Johnson has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Washington Eagles: 2B Jim Carreon was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Baltimore Cannons: RF Jose Paredes was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Friday, September 3rd, 1926
New York Gothams: RP Charlie Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Gene Aldrich was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
New York Gothams: 1B Bud Jameson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, September 2nd, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: SP Dutch Leverett was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Tuesday, August 31st, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: SS Jack Collins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: High ankle sprain. He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Monday, August 30th, 1926
New York Gothams: RP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, August 29th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Cleveland Foresters: RP Del Smith was injured . The Diagnosis: Personal leave. This injury keeps him out of action for 3 days.
Saturday, August 28th, 1926
New York Gothams: SP Bill Parker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Philadelphia Keystones: 3B Claude Castaneda was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Austin Bernal was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Baltimore Cannons: RP George Saar was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, August 27th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: CF Dick Copeland was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, August 25th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: SP Johnny Douglas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 12 months.
Tuesday, August 24th, 1926
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Broken bone in elbow. He's expected to miss about 6-7 months.
Monday, August 23rd, 1926
New York Stars: Charlie Hammond has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP John White was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Pioneers: 1B Bill Ellis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Max Morris was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
New York Stars: RF John Goodman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Boston Minutemen: C Alfred Cass was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Sunday, August 22nd, 1926
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Fractured foot. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: CF George T Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained medial collateral ligament. He's expected to miss about 7 weeks.
Saturday, August 21st, 1926
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Grant was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, August 20th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: 3B Roy Bishop was injured . The Diagnosis: Dehydration. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
St. Louis Pioneers: 3B Willie Funes was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, August 18th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: SP Johnny Douglas was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, August 17th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: Dutch Ziegler has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 12 months.
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Forrest Sylvester was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, August 16th, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: SS Jack Collins was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, August 15th, 1926
Washington Eagles: CF Billy Tamm was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Del Plummer was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 13 months.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Harvey Rodgers was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, August 12th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
New York Stars: RP Charlie Hammond was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, August 11th, 1926
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, August 10th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SP Mose Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Monday, August 9th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: LF John Dibblee was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Separated shoulder. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, August 7th, 1926
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Garrett was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, August 6th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: Dixie Teague has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: 3B John Barber was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained anterior cruciate ligament. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Thursday, August 5th, 1926
Montreal Saints: CF Eddie Rodgerson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, August 4th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rollie Beal was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, August 3rd, 1926
New York Stars: 2B John Mallory was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, August 2nd, 1926
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, August 1st, 1926
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Chicago Chiefs: LF Eddie Gaiser was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Washington Eagles: RF Cal Davis was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, July 27th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, July 23rd, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Jim Young was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 4 days.
Boston Minutemen: 3B Jim Chandler was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, July 22nd, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, July 21st, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Detroit Dynamos: Red Lange has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, July 20th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SS Dixie Teague was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Monday, July 19th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: CF David Merchant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, July 18th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: SP Earl Farrar was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Saturday, July 17th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SS Lloyd Carter was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Grant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 weeks.
Friday, July 16th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: SP Gene Arndt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, July 15th, 1926
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Doc Nowack was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Montreal Saints: RF Jimmy Endler was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Monday, July 12th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, July 11th, 1926
Toronto Wolves: SP Willie Couillard was injured . The Diagnosis: Cold. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, July 10th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: SP Ken Carpenter was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Friday, July 9th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2 weeks.
Baltimore Cannons: RP Dan Ralston was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Wednesday, July 7th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: Jim Shelton has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2 weeks.
Tuesday, July 6th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, July 5th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: Danny Clark has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 months.
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Benny Rice was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Sunday, July 4th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: RF Doug Lightbody was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Torn elbow ligament. He's expected to miss about 7 months.
Friday, July 2nd, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, June 29th, 1926
Montreal Saints: CF Hal Eason was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, June 28th, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Ruptured Achilles tendon. He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Baltimore Cannons: RP George Saar was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, June 27th, 1926
Washington Eagles: CF Art Simmons was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Saturday, June 26th, 1926
Washington Eagles: LF Paul Bailey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
New York Stars: LF Dave Rea was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained groin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Chicago Cougars: SS Lenny Hopkins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, June 25th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: RF Bobby Russell was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, June 24th, 1926
Montreal Saints: RF Hal Eason was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Wednesday, June 23rd, 1926
Montreal Saints: CF Eddie Rodgerson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Elbow tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Monday, June 21st, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Al Wood was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Shoulder bursitis. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Sunday, June 20th, 1926
Montreal Saints: 2B Edwin Segovia was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Saturday, June 19th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: 1B Frank Dempsey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: SS Carl Milam was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Toronto Wolves: CF Freddie Malley was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Stars: SS Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Friday, June 18th, 1926
Pittsburgh Miners: 1B Dave Trowbridge was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Thursday, June 17th, 1926
Toronto Wolves: 2B Sean O'Bannon was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
New York Gothams: LF Jake Wulf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Chiefs: CF Bert Hartman was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Toronto Wolves: LF Aaron Edwards was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, June 16th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: SP Oscar Jefferson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Tuesday, June 15th, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised toe. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, June 14th, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Recurring back spasms. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: RF Doug Lightbody was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, June 13th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Elbow strain. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Saturday, June 12th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: C John Williams was injured while throwing his alarm clock across the room. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 weeks.
Chicago Chiefs: RF Frank Johnson was injured . The Diagnosis: Stomach virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rube Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Recurring back spasms. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Friday, June 11th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: 3B Rolla Alexander was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, June 10th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Austin Bernal was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
New York Gothams: SP Steve Castellini was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 15-16 months.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Jackie Marshall was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Wednesday, June 9th, 1926
New York Stars: Ray Lewis has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 weeks.
Montreal Saints: LF Phil Sandman was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Tuesday, June 8th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: C Jimmy Bremer was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
New York Stars: RF John Goodman was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, June 5th, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Elbow inflammation. He's expected to miss about 1-2 weeks.
Friday, June 4th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: SP Oscar Jefferson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, June 3rd, 1926
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Baltimore Cannons: LF Ace Adlon was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Broken hand. He's expected to miss about 3-4 months.
Monday, May 31st, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SP Danny Goff was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Chicago Chiefs: CF Bert Hartman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: RF Doug Lightbody was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, May 30th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, May 29th, 1926
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Latissimus dorsi (back) strain. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Thursday, May 27th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: RP Karl Mallek was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow strain. He's expected to miss about 7 weeks.
Tuesday, May 25th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: SP Ernie Henderson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Mel Strom was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, May 24th, 1926
Washington Eagles: SP Dan Raynes was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Ruptured tendon (finger). He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Sunday, May 23rd, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: SP Ed Cheetham was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Partially torn UCL (elbow). He's expected to miss about 7-8 months.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hyperextended ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, May 20th, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Jim Young was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Brooklyn Kings: SS Lloyd Carter was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Wednesday, May 19th, 1926
Montreal Saints: 3B Fred Welsch was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Precautionary reasons (head injury). He's expected to miss about 1 day.
Tuesday, May 18th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: 1B Doc Woods was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Patellar tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
Sunday, May 16th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Norm Austin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Saturday, May 15th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: SS Carl Milam was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised cheekbone. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, May 14th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, May 13th, 1926
Cleveland Foresters: RF Danny Clark was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Torn ankle ligaments. He's expected to miss about 3-4 months.
Monday, May 10th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: SS Charlie Gamble was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Sunday, May 9th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn ankle ligaments. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Saturday, May 8th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: SP Topsy Moran was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Wednesday, May 5th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: RF Jim Shelton was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Forearm tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 1-2 weeks.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Mose Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
Monday, May 3rd, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, May 2nd, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: SP Bob Ames was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Montreal Saints: SS Tommy Chandler was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bone marrow edema (knee). He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Friday, April 30th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: Joe Chattman has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Boston Minutemen: 3B Jim Chandler was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 2 days.
Thursday, April 29th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured . The Diagnosis: Food poisoning. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
New York Stars: RF John Goodman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SP Dan Raynes was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Gothams: 2B Chris Odle was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Wednesday, April 28th, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Elbow tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Walter Pelfrey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Monday, April 26th, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: 2B Bob Marceaux was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, April 25th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, April 24th, 1926
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Washington Eagles: RP Johnny Gould was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, April 22nd, 1926
St. Louis Pioneers: 1B Mike Cann was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured fibula. He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Tuesday, April 20th, 1926
New York Stars: SP Sammy Butler was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Stars: SS Pete Layton was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Monday, April 19th, 1926
Brooklyn Kings: 2B Victor Rodding was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bone marrow edema (wrist). He's expected to miss about 7 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about one week.
Sunday, April 18th, 1926
Baltimore Cannons: 2B Joe Chattman was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Foot contusion. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Saturday, April 17th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: Bill Burden has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2-3 weeks.
Thursday, April 15th, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: George P Williams has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Friday, April 9th, 1926
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Stars: RP Johnny Douglas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, April 8th, 1926
Philadelphia Keystones: SP George P Williams was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Tired arm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, April 6th, 1926
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Jack Gaines was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Ed Horner was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Ruptured tendon (finger). He's expected to miss about 3-4 months.
Toronto Wolves: RP Willard Sullivan was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, April 5th, 1926
New York Gothams: SP Al Bishop was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm stiffness. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
Brooklyn Kings: CF Doug Lightbody was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
New York Gothams: RP Charlie Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: RP Red Harbin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Abdominal soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Boston Minutemen: RP Phil Sunshine was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, April 4th, 1926
Montreal Saints: RF Dick Cotton was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Stars: CL Stan Waters was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, April 2nd, 1926
Boston Minutemen: SP Dick Alexander was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Brooklyn Kings: RF Clarence Hall was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, April 1st, 1926
New York Stars: CF Gordie Loftus was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Wednesday, March 31st, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SS Mike Pierce was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Monday, March 29th, 1926
Detroit Dynamos: SP Rod Kratz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, March 27th, 1926
New York Gothams: RP Tony Martinez was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Pittsburgh Miners: 2B Jack Shelton was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: RP Wilbur Laramee was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Friday, March 26th, 1926
New York Gothams: CL Jack Mullins was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 5 days.
Wednesday, March 24th, 1926
Washington Eagles: SP Mel Wenz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn elbow ligament. He's expected to miss about 11 months.
Tuesday, March 23rd, 1926
New York Gothams: CL Jack Mullins was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: 1B Mack Hill was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Severe hip strain. He's expected to miss about 4-5 months.
Monday, March 22nd, 1926
Montreal Saints: RP Jake Beck was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Washington Eagles: 3B Blackie Mefford was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised foot. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, March 21st, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Norm Austin was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Toronto Wolves: RP Ethan Whitaker was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, March 19th, 1926
Chicago Cougars: RF Richie Marshall was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Chicago Chiefs: C Bill Burden was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained groin. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Thursday, March 18th, 1926
New York Stars: RP Johnny Douglas was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Wednesday, March 17th, 1926
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Doc Nowack was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Baltimore Cannons: CF Jay Johnson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, March 16th, 1926
Chicago Chiefs: SP Denny Wren was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow inflammation. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Sunday, December 27th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: Ed Mercer has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 months.
Wednesday, October 7th, 1925
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Saturday, October 3rd, 1925
Chicago Cougars: 2B Bobby Davis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Thursday, October 1st, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: CF Eddie Hannah was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, September 27th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Jack Gaines was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, September 26th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: CF George T Johnson was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, September 23rd, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thigh muscle strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, September 21st, 1925
New York Stars: SS Ed Visor was injured . The Diagnosis: Gout. This injury keeps him out of action for 6 days.
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. He's expected to miss about 4-5 weeks.
Toronto Wolves: SP Cal Williams was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Saturday, September 19th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: LF Bud Rogers was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised thigh. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, September 17th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, September 16th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, September 15th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: CF David Merchant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained posterior cruciate ligament. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Chicago Chiefs: CF Jim Shelton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, September 13th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: CF David Merchant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Saturday, September 12th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Montreal Saints: SP Wayne Robinson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Friday, September 11th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: SP Joe Foley was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn rotator cuff. He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Baltimore Clippers: SP Oscar Jefferson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, September 10th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Bob Bowman was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, September 8th, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 5 days.
Monday, September 7th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: 2B Newell Winn was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Cougars: 1B Jack Gray was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Blurred vision. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, September 6th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: CF Jim Shelton was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Tender shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, September 4th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: CF Jay Johnson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Torn fingernail. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, September 3rd, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Jammed finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Detroit Dynamos: RF Eddie David was injured . The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This injury keeps him out of action for 2 days.
Tuesday, September 1st, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Gene Aldrich was injured . The Diagnosis: Heat exhaustion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Baltimore Clippers: 2B Joe Chattman was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 7 weeks.
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Friday, August 28th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: SP Danny Goff was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Washington Eagles: RF Harry Jones was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, August 26th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: 2B Victor Rodding was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, August 25th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: SP Bob Lawrence was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, August 21st, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: CL Hal Galvan was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: 3B Bill Ellis was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Torn rib cage muscle. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Thursday, August 20th, 1925
Washington Eagles: LF Paul Bailey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, August 18th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Red Brown was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
New York Gothams: CF Ken Bittner was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Calf cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Toronto Wolves: C Curly Curling was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
New York Stars: CF Al Swain was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Sunday, August 16th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: SP Max Wilder was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. He's expected to miss about 2 months.
Washington Eagles: RF Harry Jones was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, August 15th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: CF Ed Mercer was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Broken kneecap. He's expected to miss about 8-9 months.
Friday, August 14th, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Doc Nowack was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Calf cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, August 13th, 1925
New York Gothams: LF Wes Miller was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, August 12th, 1925
Montreal Saints: 3B Fred Welsch was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Tuesday, August 11th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: RF Red Reed was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, August 10th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: SS Lloyd Carter was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn groin. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Saturday, August 8th, 1925
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hyperextended ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Clint Casstevens was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Thursday, August 6th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: LF Fred Volter was injured . The Diagnosis: Viral infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, August 5th, 1925
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, August 3rd, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: CF Jay Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn hamstring. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Saturday, August 1st, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, July 30th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, July 28th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: C Gabby Garon was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Boston Minutemen: 1B Bob Scholer was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
Sunday, July 26th, 1925
Washington Eagles: SP Harry Horn was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Saturday, July 25th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, July 24th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, July 23rd, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: SS Dirk Mannheim was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, July 21st, 1925
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Monday, July 20th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: CF Eddie Hannah was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, July 18th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: C Jim Black was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Washington Eagles: RF Harry Jones was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, July 16th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: 1B Rube Cross was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: SP Babe Wilder was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Tuesday, July 14th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Sunday, July 12th, 1925
Montreal Saints: 3B Fred Welsch was injured . The Diagnosis: Cold. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Saturday, July 11th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Blurred vision. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Stars: LF Bob Cox was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Bone spur (elbow). He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Friday, July 10th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: CF Jay Johnson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, July 8th, 1925
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Pittsburgh Miners: LF Jake Hooper was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, July 7th, 1925
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained groin. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Monday, July 6th, 1925
New York Stars: LF Dave Rea was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, July 5th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: LF Eddie Gaiser was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, July 4th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: 2B Charlie Carr was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Eddie Hannah was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Cleveland Foresters: RF Danny Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Friday, July 3rd, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: CF Jay Johnson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, June 29th, 1925
New York Stars: 1B Job Readus was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Fractured finger. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Baltimore Clippers: 2B Joe Chattman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, June 28th, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Doc Nowack was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Pinched nerve (neck). He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Friday, June 26th, 1925
New York Stars: CF Al Swain was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring cramp. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, June 25th, 1925
Washington Eagles: C T.R. Goins was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Tuesday, June 23rd, 1925
Chicago Cougars: SS Charlie Gamble was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Saturday, June 20th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Walter Pelfrey was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Biceps tendinitis. He's expected to miss about one week.
New York Gothams: SS George Sanders was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (back). He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Thursday, June 18th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: CF Danny Vault was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Wednesday, June 17th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: SS Newt Williamson was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, June 16th, 1925
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Danny Goff was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Monday, June 15th, 1925
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: 1B Powell Slocum was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Saturday, June 13th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, June 12th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: CF Ed Mercer was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Philadelphia Keystones: CF Lee Smith was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, June 11th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Fractured ankle. He's expected to miss about 4-5 months.
Tuesday, June 9th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, June 8th, 1925
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Sunday, June 7th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: SP Jim Hitchcock was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Saturday, June 6th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: 2B Bob Marceaux was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Friday, June 5th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Otis Howard was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Baltimore Clippers: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, June 4th, 1925
New York Stars: LF Tim Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Recurring back spasms. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Wednesday, June 3rd, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: SS Joe Standish was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
New York Stars: 2B Pablo Borrego was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 6 days.
Tuesday, June 2nd, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: 2B Ben Abaghian was injured . The Diagnosis: Gout. This injury keeps him out of action for 4 days.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: CF Billy Elson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Sunday, May 31st, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: SS Joe Standish was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, May 30th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Bill Arriaga was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, May 29th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: 3B Paul Gould was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore groin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Brooklyn Kings: RF George T Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, May 28th, 1925
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Tuesday, May 26th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, May 23rd, 1925
Chicago Cougars: Gary Sanders has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Thursday, May 21st, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, May 20th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: John Dibblee has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Tuesday, May 19th, 1925
Philadelphia Keystones: SP Gus Perry was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Brooklyn Kings: RF Clarence Hall was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Monday, May 18th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: Charlie Gamble has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Sunday, May 17th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: John Dibblee has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
St. Louis Pioneers: 1B Mike Cann was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, May 16th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: SP Ike Wetzel was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Mel Strom was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, May 14th, 1925
New York Stars: CF Gordie Loftus was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Torn labrum (Shoulder). He's expected to miss about 5-6 months.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Rod Kratz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Boston Minutemen: LF Don Hansen was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, May 13th, 1925
Toronto Wolves: CF Danny Vault was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, May 12th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: 3B Gary Sanders was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Chicago Cougars: SS Charlie Gamble was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised thigh. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, May 11th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: CF Eddie Hannah was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Biceps tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Saturday, May 9th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: SP John White was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn meniscus (knee). He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Friday, May 8th, 1925
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Wrist tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, May 7th, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: LF Ace Adlon was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, May 6th, 1925
Cleveland Foresters: RF Danny Clark was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Bill Arriaga was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, May 5th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: Art Panko has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 4 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: RF Bill Arriaga was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
New York Gothams: RF Richie Marshall was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Saturday, May 2nd, 1925
Baltimore Clippers: 1B Doc Woods was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, April 29th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: RF Ray Ridge was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, April 28th, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Jack Gaines was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Gene Aldrich was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, April 25th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Twisted ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Thursday, April 23rd, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Grant was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 8 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: SP Tommy Arren was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Abdominal soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Chicago Cougars: RF Hal Turner was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Wednesday, April 22nd, 1925
Boston Minutemen: SP Howie Strobl was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm inflammation. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Tuesday, April 21st, 1925
Detroit Dynamos: SS Dirk Mannheim was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, April 20th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: SS Newt Williamson was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Jammed finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Stars: CF Gordie Loftus was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
New York Stars: 2B Danny Bottorf was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Calf soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Baltimore Clippers: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Concussion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, April 19th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: LF Bud Rogers was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Dead arm. He's expected to miss about 3 days.
Chicago Chiefs: RF Benny Richards was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, April 17th, 1925
Pittsburgh Miners: SP Del Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Thursday, April 16th, 1925
New York Stars: 3B Ed Riddle was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Cleveland Foresters: 3B Jim Cator was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hyperextended knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, April 15th, 1925
Chicago Cougars: RF Bernie Trumaine was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Bruised collarbone. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Tuesday, April 14th, 1925
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rube Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Boston Minutemen: SS Carl Milam was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, March 19th, 1925
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Pedro Valenzuela was injured when he fell down the stairs while sleepwalking. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, February 27th, 1925
Brooklyn Kings: CF Lou Cox was injured . The Diagnosis: Concussion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, October 29th, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: Bob Marceaux has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 3 months.
Wednesday, October 8th, 1924
Pittsburgh Miners: LF Jake Hooper was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, September 27th, 1924
Montreal Saints: SP Ed O'Kelley was injured . The Diagnosis: Virus. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Friday, September 26th, 1924
Philadelphia Keystones: 1B Sal Ingalls was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Cougars: SS Charlie Gamble was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, September 22nd, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: 2B Bob Marceaux was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured finger. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
Sunday, September 21st, 1924
Chicago Cougars: 3B Gary Sanders was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Saturday, September 20th, 1924
Pittsburgh Miners: LF Jake Hooper was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained triceps. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Friday, September 19th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: SP Ken Murphy was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 14 months.
Philadelphia Sailors: C Bill Richardson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Wrist tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Thursday, September 18th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: SP Ken Murphy was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Chicago Cougars: RF Hal Turner was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Bob Brown was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Tuesday, September 16th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: 3B Fred Johnson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Wrist tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Monday, September 15th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rube Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Sunday, September 14th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured . The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Washington Eagles: RF Harry Jones was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Saturday, September 13th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Rod Kratz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, September 11th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hip strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, September 10th, 1924
New York Stars: RF John Goodman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised wrist. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Toronto Wolves: SS Jim Adams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Baltimore Clippers: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, September 9th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: SP Michael Ivory was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Saturday, September 6th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Jack Gaines was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Wednesday, September 3rd, 1924
Brooklyn Kings: C Dave Pearcey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Tuesday, September 2nd, 1924
Brooklyn Kings: RF Powell Slocum was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
New York Gothams: 3B Hal Lucas was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild abdominal strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Gothams: 1B Red Byrd was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, September 1st, 1924
Washington Eagles: 2B Jim Carreon was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, August 29th, 1924
Pittsburgh Miners: SS Doc Nowack was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Wednesday, August 27th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: LF Eddie Gaiser was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Garrett was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Tuesday, August 26th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: Earl Woodward has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 1-2 weeks.
Montreal Saints: LF Phil Sandman was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, August 25th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: LF Earl Woodward was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Saturday, August 23rd, 1924
Boston Minutemen: LF Don Hansen was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, August 22nd, 1924
Boston Minutemen: SS Charlie Malkin was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Tuesday, August 19th, 1924
Brooklyn Kings: 2B Victor Rodding was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: C Phil Healey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained back. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Monday, August 18th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: 2B Dan Stella was injured . The Diagnosis: Nausea. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, August 17th, 1924
Cleveland Foresters: SP Ike Wetzel was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, August 16th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: SS Jack Gray was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Torn labrum (Shoulder). He's expected to miss about 4 months.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Bob Marceaux was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, August 11th, 1924
Brooklyn Kings: 3B Glenn Mowles was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Finger blister. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, August 10th, 1924
New York Stars: Pete Layton has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Toronto Wolves: LF Earl Woodward was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Saturday, August 9th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, August 7th, 1924
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: CF Billy Elson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, August 6th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: 3B Jim Chandler was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
New York Stars: 2B Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Foot soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, August 4th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Cougars: SS Charlie Gamble was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured rib. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, August 3rd, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: Bill Bailey has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 6 days.
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, August 2nd, 1924
Chicago Cougars: SP Michael Ivory was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about one week.
Friday, August 1st, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Eddie Hannah was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained medial collateral ligament. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Thursday, July 31st, 1924
Philadelphia Keystones: SP George Williams was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Wednesday, July 30th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Toronto Wolves: RF Jack Mack was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Bruised cheekbone. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Cleveland Foresters: SP Bob Lawrence was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Bone chips (elbow). He's expected to miss about 2-3 months.
Philadelphia Sailors: CF Bill Bailey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Cleveland Foresters: C Ed Simmons was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised toe. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Baltimore Clippers: CF Jay Johnson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Tuesday, July 29th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: Red Lange has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2 weeks.
Monday, July 28th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: 3B Fred Johnson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, July 24th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Otis Howard was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hyperextended knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Brooklyn Kings: CF George T Johnson was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: C Phil Healey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, July 22nd, 1924
Chicago Cougars: CL Chick Meehan was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Pittsburgh Miners: 3B John Barber was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Monday, July 21st, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: CF David Merchant was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Shoulder inflammation. He's expected to miss about 3 months.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Danny Goff was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn elbow ligament. He's expected to miss about 9 months.
Sunday, July 20th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Philadelphia Keystones: SS Fred Sampson was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, July 19th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: RF Alex Sattler was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, July 17th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Harry Walters was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Baltimore Clippers: CF Juan Valquez was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Tuesday, July 15th, 1924
New York Stars: RF John Goodman was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, July 13th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3-4 weeks.
Brooklyn Kings: C Dave Pearcey was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Latissimus dorsi (back) strain. He's expected to miss about 2-3 weeks.
Baltimore Clippers: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Friday, July 11th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: LF Bill Arriaga was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Boston Minutemen: SP Verdo Burt was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, July 10th, 1924
Pittsburgh Miners: SP Carl Mellen was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Philadelphia Keystones: SS Fred Sampson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Baltimore Clippers: SP Ken Carpenter was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, July 9th, 1924
Philadelphia Keystones: SS Rube Blair was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Calf strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured thumb. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Tuesday, July 8th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: SS Roger Stogsdill was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, July 6th, 1924
New York Stars: 1B Job Readus was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Friday, July 4th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: CF Danny Vault was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Joe Wright was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, July 2nd, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: C Joe King was injured . The Diagnosis: Food poisoning. This injury keeps him out of action for 1 day.
Chicago Cougars: LF Alfie Barr was injured when he fell down the stairs while sleepwalking. The Diagnosis: Bruised shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Philadelphia Sailors: 2B Newell Winn was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, July 1st, 1924
Philadelphia Keystones: SS Rube Blair was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Pittsburgh Miners: RF Bob Grant was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
Monday, June 30th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Philadelphia Keystones: 2B Eddie Hogan was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained hamstring. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2-3 weeks.
Saturday, June 28th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: SP Hugo Payton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Thumb contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Chiefs: LF Alex Sattler was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Toronto Wolves: SS Jim Adams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, June 27th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, June 26th, 1924
Washington Eagles: SP George Johnson was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, June 21st, 1924
Chicago Cougars: CL Bill Mendine was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Ruptured tendon (finger). He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Friday, June 20th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: Don Phillips has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another 2 weeks.
New York Gothams: RF Richie Marshall was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, June 19th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: SP Leo Reynolds was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 14 months.
Cleveland Foresters: 2B Carl Martin was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, June 18th, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Al Parsons was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Recurring back spasms. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Saturday, June 14th, 1924
Washington Eagles: RF Harry Jones was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Heel soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Thursday, June 12th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: SS Dirk Mannheim was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Wednesday, June 11th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: 3B George Garnes was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Chicago Chiefs: 1B Bob Meek was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Detroit Dynamos: SP Roy Calfee was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Acromioclavicular joint irritation. He's expected to miss about 1-2 weeks.
New York Stars: SS Pete Layton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Elbow contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, June 10th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: 1B Rube Cross was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Knee contusion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Eddie Hannah was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Strained rib cage muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1-2 weeks.
Monday, June 9th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Herniated disc (neck). He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
Sunday, June 8th, 1924
Brooklyn Kings: 3B Glenn Mowles was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained oblique. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 weeks.
Saturday, June 7th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder inflammation. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, June 5th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: 2B Rocky Edwards was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Boston Minutemen: RF Glenn Tweed was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Wednesday, June 4th, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Max Morris was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
New York Gothams: RF Richie Marshall was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 2 days.
New York Stars: SP Luke Smith was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Elbow tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Philadelphia Keystones: SS Rube Blair was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Tuesday, June 3rd, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised finger. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, June 2nd, 1924
Washington Eagles: SP Mel Wenz was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Baltimore Clippers: LF Joe Shoemaker was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Knee soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Saturday, May 31st, 1924
Pittsburgh Miners: CF Clint Casstevens was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Quadriceps strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Chicago Cougars: CF Hi Lawson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Latissimus dorsi (back) strain. He's expected to miss about 3-4 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: LF Art Charles was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised thumb. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Detroit Dynamos: C Dick York was injured in a collision at home plate. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, May 30th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: SS Harry Walters was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
New York Gothams: 2B Ed Ziehl was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Wednesday, May 28th, 1924
New York Gothams: SS George Sanders was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised foot. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Montreal Saints: CF Bert Hartman was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Chronic back soreness. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Monday, May 26th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: CF Jim Shelton was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured rib. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Sunday, May 25th, 1924
Cleveland Foresters: SP Ike Wetzel was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
New York Stars: SS Ed Visor was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, May 24th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: 3B Jack Peal was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Friday, May 23rd, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: 3B Floyd Spear was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu-like symptoms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, May 22nd, 1924
New York Stars: SS Ed Visor was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, May 21st, 1924
Chicago Cougars: CF Don Phillips was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Elbow tendinitis. He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
Tuesday, May 20th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: 2B Norm Baker was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Sunday, May 18th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, May 16th, 1924
Boston Minutemen: CF Dick Copeland was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Bone chips (elbow). He's expected to miss about 6 weeks.
New York Stars: 2B Tom Litwak was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 weeks.
Thursday, May 15th, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: RF Sandy Lovelle was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild calf strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. He's expected to miss about 4 weeks.
Wednesday, May 14th, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: RF Joe Wright was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, May 13th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: 1B Charlie Carr was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 2 weeks.
New York Gothams: CF Wes Miller was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Monday, May 12th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: SS Jim Adams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, May 11th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: 1B Danny James was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip flexor strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, May 6th, 1924
New York Stars: RF Ray Lewis was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, May 3rd, 1924
Washington Eagles: SS Freddy Rush was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Washington Eagles: SS Newt Williamson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, May 2nd, 1924
Baltimore Clippers: CF Juan Valquez was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, April 29th, 1924
Chicago Chiefs: 2B Herb Bright was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild oblique strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Monday, April 28th, 1924
Philadelphia Sailors: 3B Orlando Reagor was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Sunday, April 27th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: LF Art Panko was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sore elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Thursday, April 24th, 1924
Detroit Dynamos: LF Red Lange was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised hand. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Sunday, April 20th, 1924
Toronto Wolves: CF Danny Vault was injured on a defensive play. The Diagnosis: Fractured hand. He's expected to miss about 5-6 weeks.
St. Louis Pioneers: SS Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Groin soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, April 18th, 1924
St. Louis Pioneers: 1B Clyde Perry was injured . The Diagnosis: Inner ear infection. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Chicago Cougars: SP John Newton was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Pulled abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, April 16th, 1924
Chicago Cougars: CF John Dibblee was injured . The Diagnosis: Sinusitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Boston Minutemen: 3B Joe Cash was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Washington Eagles: 1B George Clark was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Intercostal strain. He's expected to miss about 4 days.
Tuesday, April 15th, 1924
New York Gothams: 3B Jim Flemming was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hand soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Saturday, April 5th, 1924
New York Gothams: Ed Ziehl has suffered a setback in his recovery. He is not expected to recover for another one week.
Friday, September 20th, 2019 - OOTP Baseball 20.6 Build 55