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Pollock (hand) is expected to resume his rehab assignment at Triple-A Reno over the weekend, the Associated Press reports.

The Diamondbacks halted Pollock's assignment after he was struck by a pitch in his injured hand during an Arizona League game, but much to the team's relief, he checked out fine after further testing. If he can get in about 10-15 at-bats without incident at Reno over the next few days, Pollock could be activated from the DL at some point early next week.

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Though Pollock is on a rehab assignment, he still has swelling in his hand and needs to build up his strength there.

The takeaway is that Pollock's return from the DL doesn't seem imminent, but rather he'll need an extended rehab assignment.

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Pollock (hand) is 1-for-15 in three games since joining Triple-A Reno on Monday.

The D-backs may want to see better results in the PCL before activating Pollock from the DL, and it's entirely possible that he'll spend another week on the rehab assignment before returning to the Arizona outfield.

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Pollock (hand) has been sent to Triple-A Reno to continue his rehab assignment, KTAR in Phoenix reports.

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A.J. Pollock (hand) will take live batting practice on Tuesday.

If it goes well, he'll be cleared to begin a rehab assignment with the Arizona League Diamondbacks. Pollock will need a couple weeks' worth of rehab at-bats but is tracking towards a return to the D'Backs in mid-August. He's been sidelined for the last two months after breaking his right hand.

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A.J. Pollock (hand) is expected to begin a rehab assignment soon.

Pollock has been sidelined for two months following surgery to repair a fractured right hand, but he recently resumed baseball activities and is almost ready to test things out in game action. The D'Backs are hoping to get the outfielder back in mid-August.

A. J. Pollock CF ARI 1 Month

Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson indicated Tuesday that A.J. Pollock (hand) could be ready to begin a rehab assignment on August 1.

Making his way back from surgery to repair a fractured right hand, Pollock is close to resuming baseball activities. The August 1 timetable for a rehab assignment sounds right, as the D'Backs had looked at mid-August as a possible return date for the outfielder. He was batting .316/.366/.554 with six homers, 15 RBI and eight steals before breaking his hand in late May.

A. J. Pollock CF ARI 3 Months

A.J. Pollock underwent successful surgery Monday to have a plate and screws inserted into his fractured right hand.

The D'Backs said they don't expect Pollock to be ready for baseball activities for another eight weeks, so he probably can't realistically be expected to return until at least mid-August. It's a shame for a guy who was well on his way to a breakout season.

A. J. Pollock CF ARI 3 Months

Diamondbacks placed OF A.J. Pollock on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured right hand.

Pollock suffered the injury when he was hit by a Johnny Cueto pitch in the eighth inning Saturday. It's not clear at this point how long he'll be out, but it's a big blow to the D'Backs given how well Pollock had played lately. David Peralta has replaced him on the roster.

A. J. Pollock CF ARI 3 Months

A.J. Pollock suffered a fractured right hand when he was hit on the hand by a Johnny Cueto pitch in the eighth inning Saturday.

That's a killer injury for a Diamondbacks team that's been playing a little better. Pollock had been the team's best player of late, and the Diamondbacks have just one other viable starting outfielder with Mark Trumbo out, that being Gerardo Parra. Hopefully, they'll finally start using Martin Prado in the outfield now, with Eric Chavez playing a lot of third base against righties. If they're not willing to go that route, they'll be using a lot of Cody Ross, Ender Inciarte and Alfredo Marte in the corners.