Francisco Liriano RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jays' Francisco Liriano eyeing ALCS Game 2 for return to roster

    ESPN "Francisco Liriano's bullpen session Thursday went well, according to the Toronto Blue Jays. He is on track to rejoin the team Saturday ahead of Game 2 in the American League Championship Series against the Cleveland Indians. The left-hander was placed on the seven-day disabled list after being..." October 13

  • Liriano out for ALDS with concussion

    Toronto Star "Blue Jays left-hander Francisco Liriano will miss the rest of the American League division series after suffering a concussion in Friday’s game when he was drilled in the back of the head with a line drive off the bat of Texas Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez. Liriano was replaced on the roster..." October 09

  • Blue Jays' Francisco Liriano: Going through concussion protocol

    CBS Sports "Liriano (head) is going through the MLB's concussion protocol Saturday,'s Gregor Chisholm reports. This comes as no surprise, as Liriano was struck in the head/neck by a comebacker in Friday's game. He was released from the hospital and has rejoined the team, but he will now need to be..." October 08

  • Francisco Liriano taken to hospital after ball ricochets off neck

    ESPN "Blue Jays pitcher Francisco Liriano left Friday's 5-3 victory over the Rangers in the American League Division Series after getting hit in the neck by a line-drive single off the bat of Texas outfielder Carlos Gomez. Wearing a neck brace and lying on a stretcher, he was taken to the hospital..." October 08

  • Blue Jays’ Francisco Liriano leaves game after taking liner off neck

    SI "Blue Jays pitcher Francisco Liriano left Friday’s ALDS Game 2 after taking a line drive off the neck in the bottom of the eighth inning. Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez lined a pitch right back at Liriano at 102 mph, deflecting off the lefthander’s neck and into rightfield. Mitch Moreland..." October 07

  • Blue Jays want Liriano in the ‘pen despite rough outing

    Hardball Talk "With the postseason looming in the not-too-distant future, teams are beginning to experiment with unorthodox methods of roster optimization. For the Blue Jays, that meant slotting left-handed starter Francisco Liriano into the bullpen on Friday. Manager John Gibbons decided to shake things up..." September 03

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