Three Miami Marlins Pitchers Dealing With Injuries

Injuries have been a concern in Miami Marlins camp, with several players being evaluated for discomfort in recent days.

Left-handed reliever A.J. Puk has been dealing with slight left adductor tightness, but is set to play catch on Tuesday with hopes of quickly resolving the issue.

Puk compiled a solid 3.12 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, with 76 strikeouts over 66.1 innings and 62 appearances last season.

Meanwhile, Tanner Scott, who is expected to handle some save opportunities this season, has been experiencing minor biceps discomfort but is scheduled to test it out with a round of catch.

Scott recorded a 4.31 ERA, 1.61 WHIP, with 90 strikeouts across 62.2 innings and 67 appearances last season.

Finally, Tommy Nance is being evaluated for slight right shoulder discomfort and his status remains unclear for now.

Nance is projected for a middle relief role this season after posting a 4.33 ERA in 2022.

The Marlins will undoubtedly hope for a speedy recovery for all three pitchers as they prepare for the 2023 season.

They also added some more insurance in case of further injuries with their signing of Richard Rodriguez on Tuesday. Photo Credit:  Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports