60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
5 hours ago

Skaggs (oblique) did not make his scheduled rehab start in the Arizona League on Saturday due to soreness, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

Skaggs will reportedly continue throwing "as tolerated," though it's unclear as to what that entails in regards to a rehab assignment. It's a rough setback, nonetheless, and could push his return date back until after the upcoming All-Star break. The young southpaw has not pitched since April 28, but should slot back into the Angels' rotation upon his return.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
9 hours ago

Skaggs (oblique) is scheduled to pitch in an Arizona League game Saturday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Skaggs has been rehabbing in Arizona for a couple of weeks and appears to be on the cusp of his first live action of 2017. While he still has a ways to go in his rehab before potentially rejoining the rotation, Saturday marks a step in the right direction. A more concrete timetable for his return should be established as he progresses further into the process.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
1 week ago

Skaggs (oblique) is heading to Arizona next week to continue rehabbing, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

Skaggs continues to slowly make his way back from a Grade 2 oblique strain that has kept him sidelined since April 28. He'll move to extended spring training where the 25-year-old will keep rehabbing until he is ultimately ready to head out on a rehab assignment. If all goes well, Skaggs is hoping to be back with the Angels before the All-Star break.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
2 weeks ago

Skaggs (oblique) threw off the mound Friday for the first time since landing on the disabled list in late April, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

With another sign of positive progress from Skaggs, it appears likely that he will return as soon as he is eligible at the end of June. The Grade 2 oblique strain has caused Skaggs to miss over a month and a half of time now, with his last outing occurring on April 28. A timetable for the rest of his recovery should come into view soon, with bullpen sessions and rehab assignments in the near future.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
3 weeks ago

Skaggs (oblique) said he is expecting to return when he is first eligible to come off the disabled list, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

Skaggs has been sidelined for around a month with a Grade 2 oblique strain. If he's able to stick to the timeline, the 25-year-old would rejoin the Angels right around the end of June. A clearer timetable should for the southpaw should become available once he starts to ramp up his throwing program.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
4 weeks ago

Skaggs (oblique) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Monday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Angels needed a spot on the roster for outfielder Eric Young Jr. in the wake of Mike Trout's thumb injury. Skaggs isn't expected back until around the All-Star break, so this move should have no impact on his timetable.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
1 month ago

Skaggs (oblique) was cleared to begin a throwing program Monday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

This is great news for Skaggs, as this will be his first chance to throw since going on the shelf in late April. It's unclear how this impacts the southpaw's timetable for return, but there hasn't been a development that suggests he is behind his original timetable of 10-to-12 weeks.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
1 month ago

Skaggs (oblique) said was cleared to resume running Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

EDGE Analysis

This is an important step as Skaggs continues to slowly work his way back from a Grade 2 oblique strain he suffered at the end of April. The southpaw remains optimistic that he'll be able to return before the 10-to-12 weeks he's expected to miss, though a timetable should become clearer as he continues to progress in his recovery.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
2 months ago

Skaggs is expected to miss 10-12 weeks while recovering from a Grade 2 right oblique strain, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

While Skaggs sounded optimistic earlier in the week that his injury wasn't serious, it is now looking like he will in fact need to miss multiple months. At the very earliest, it is now looking like the 25-year-old right-hander will be sidelined until mid-July and possibly even past the all-star break.

60DTyler Skaggs
SP LAA
2 months ago

Skaggs will be placed on the 10-day DL on Saturday with a right oblique strain, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports.

EDGE Analysis

While Skaggs said earlier in the day that he felt much better than he did when he left Friday's start early, the Angels aren't taking any chances with the oft-injured southpaw. Alex Meyer, Manny Banuelos, Daniel Wright and Yusmeiro Petit are all options to get starts while Skaggs is on the shelf, but none are particularly intriguing for fantasy purposes. Skaggs had a 3.99 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 29 strikeouts in 29.1 innings before suffering the injury, proving once again that he is a pretty solid option whenever he is healthy enough to take the ball.