Giants Intriguing Two-Way Player Suffers Forearm Injury; Out Indefinitely

San Francisco Giants two-way player Ronald Guzman suffered a left forearm injury during Sunday's Cactus League game against the Athletics.

Guzman, who had been impressing with his transition to the mound, threw a wild pitch to the backstop and immediately bent down in pain. The Giants training staff visited him on the mound and eventually removed him from the game.

Manager Gabe Kapler mentioned that Guzman felt something in his forearm on the final pitch that he threw.

The extent of the injury is currently unknown, but Guzman will undergo further testing, including an MRI on Monday.

This is a big blow to Guzman's hopes of winning a bullpen spot in spring training.

He should be considered out indefinitely and will likely head to Triple-A when healthy. The Giants are expected to provide an update on his status once more information is available. 

He had been looking impressive thus far in spring training and was on track to land a spot in the Giants' Opening Day bullpen.
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