10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
6 days ago

Adduci (oblique) could begin a minor-league rehab assignment next week, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Adduci recently began taking batting practice and running the bases and is nearly ready to begin participating in live games. Manager Brad Ausmus estimated that the 32-year-old would require 30-to-40 at-bats during his assignment, which would suggest that he may potentially be able to return to the majors sometime around the All-Star break.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
1 week ago

Adduci (oblique) is set to take batting practice and run the bases Saturday, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The 32-year-old, who has been sidelined since May 11 with an oblique strain, appears to be turning a corner in his rehab. If Adduci is able to get through the increased activities without a hitch, he could be cleared to set out on a minor-league rehab assignment as early as next week.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
4 weeks ago

Adduci (oblique) hit off a tee Monday but still is not expected to return to action anytime soon, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Adduci is progressing very slowly in his recovery process, signaling that he may not be ready for action until the end of June at the earliest. Even once he ramps up his baseball activities enough to be near a return, there isn't any room for him to play regularly at the big-league level with Justin Upton, Alex Presley and J.D. Martinez entrenched into starting roles at the moment.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
1 month ago

Adduci (oblique) performed light tossing on the field Wednesday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.

EDGE Analysis

This marks the first baseball activity Adduci has been able to partake in since injuring his oblique earlier in the month. It seems like he's still a ways away from returning to action, but a better timetable for his return should come forth once he progresses further in his recovery process.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
1 month ago

Adduci, who was placed on the disabled list May 12 with a right oblique strain, is expected to be sidelined for more than the 10-day minimum, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. "It's getting better," Adduci said of the injury. "It's just not going as fast as everyone would like."

EDGE Analysis

Adduci noted that he's never experienced a core-muscle injury before and only received began a treatment program to combat the soreness. Oblique injuries can often carry volatile recovery timetables, so it will be difficult to project when Adduci might be activated until he resumes baseball activities.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
1 month ago

Adduci was placed on the 10-day disabled list Friday (retroactive to 5/11) with a right oblique strain.

EDGE Analysis

Adduci's deactivation makes way for J.D. Martinez (foot) to return to the lineup Friday. The 31-year-old was batting .318/.388/.500 over 49 plate appearances with the Tigers, and his absence will create a center field mix of Tyler Collins, Andrew Romine and Mikie Mahtook.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
1 month ago

Adduci will be placed on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right oblique, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The outfielder was scratched Thursday after suffering the injury in batting practice. Adduci's DL trip will open up a roster spot for Detroit to activate J.D. Martinez (foot). Center field, meanwhile, will return to being a mix of Tyler Collins, Andrew Romine and Mikie Mahtook.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
2 months ago

Updating a previous report, Adduci was scratched from Thursday's lineup due to a right oblique injury, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Adduci was initially slated to bat sixth as the Tigers' right fielder Thursday, but an oblique issue caused manager Brad Ausmus to make a lineup change. Woodbery added that there's no word on the severity of Adduci's injury at this time but that there would be further updates following Thursday's tilt. Fortunately for the Tigers, J.D. Martinez (foot) is nearing a return, which will be a huge boon to the Detroit outfield.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
2 months ago

Adduci was scratched from the lineup for Thursday's game against the Angels.

EDGE Analysis

The Tigers have yet to disclose the reason behind Adduci being scratched, but the fact remains that Tyler Collins will take over in right field while Andrew Romine moves into the lineup and starts in center. More information on Adduci's status will be updated once the club releases further information.

10DJim Adduci
LF/RF DET
2 months ago

Adduci went 2-for-4 with a RBI in Wednesday's loss to the Indians.

EDGE Analysis

Adduci is playing well (.323/.364/.484 slash line) and getting fairly regular playing time at the moment, but that'll probably come to an end whenever J.D. Martinez returns.