Francisco Cordero RP HOU 8 Months
Francisco Cordero will undergo surgery on his left (non-throwing) shoulder later this month.
Cordero never latched on with a team this winter and can now be ruled out for the entire 2013 season. The 37-year-old right-hander hopes to play winter ball and hasn't given up on eventually returning to the bigs. He posted a 7.55 ERA in 39 1/3 innings last season.
Francisco Cordero RP HOU Sep 03 '12
Francisco Cordero is experiencing a "cranky" shoulder.
Cordero's sprained toe ligament is healed, but his season could be over because of shoulder soreness that he's developed between throwing sessions. The impending free agent right-hander won't have much of a market this winter, especially if he's unable to make it back this month.
Francisco Cordero RP HOU Aug 08 '12
Francisco Cordero has been diagnosed with a sprained ligament in his toe and is now in a walking boot.
Cordero was placed on the disabled list earlier this month and could struggle to return before the end of the season. He allowed 13 hits and 11 earned runs in five innings with the Astros before landing on the shelf.
Francisco Cordero RP HOU Aug 05 '12
Francisco Cordero will have his right foot examined by a Houston doctor this week.
Cordero has been dealing with inflammation in the sesamoid bone in his right foot for a few weeks and was finally placed on the disabled list Friday. Jeff Keppinger and Jason Castro previously dealt with a similar injury and had to have the bone removed, costing them 3-4 months of action. However, Astros manager Brad Mills said surgery is not considered an option at this point for Cordero.
Francisco Cordero RP HOU Jul 30 '12
Francisco Cordero (toe) retired the two batters he faced in a relief appearance Sunday.
Cordero hadn't thrown in four days because of a minor toe injury. The 37-year-old right-hander has been awful so far for the Astros but figures to still get save chances down the stretch. He has a 6.75 overall ERA.
Francisco Cordero RP HOU Jul 26 '12
Francisco Cordero is unavailable Thursday against the Pirates.
Cordero, who was acquired from the Blue Jays last week, has blown back-to-back save chances while allowing six runs on five hits and three walks over 2 1/3 innings. Wilton Lopez would get the ball in a save situation Thursday and figures to take over the gig before long.