Johnny Cueto RUMORS & NEWS

  • Giants’ Johnny Cueto nearing rehab assignment

    Larry Brown Sports "San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto is closing in on a rehab assignment. Cueto, who has not pitched since April 28 thanks to a right elbow sprain, is closing in on a return, with a rehab start potentially happening as soon as Saturday. Cueto is on the 60-day disabled..." June 20

  • Giants’ Johnny Cueto takes step toward returning to rotation

    San Francisco Gate "Still expressing relief that he didn’t need Tommy John surgery, Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto threw off a mound for the first time since beginning his rehab from an elbow injury. He threw 35 pitches in the bullpen before Friday’s series opener at Nationals..." June 11

  • Giants place Johnny Cueto on 60-day DL, add new arm to bullpen

    NBC Sports Bay Area "The six-to-eight week estimate the Giants first gave for Johnny Cueto's return will be at least eight. The right-hander was put on the 60-day disabled list Thursday, clearing a roster spot for Jose Valdez, who adds a fresh arm to the bullpen. Cueto is not eligible to return until June 28, but..." May 10

  • Johnny Cueto’s ‘unbearable pain’ and an updated outlook on the Giants rotation

    San Jose Mercury News "When Johnny Cueto walked into the doctor’s office on Monday, he was preparing for Tommy John surgery. The right-hander had pitched with elbow pain he termed “unbearable,” and was almost certain the only fix was an operation that would require him to miss the rest of the year and much of next..." May 08

  • Johnny Cueto Out Six Weeks With Elbow Sprain

    MLB Trade Rumors "There’s been no shortage of worry over the status of Johnny Cueto’s elbow following last week’s placement on the DL and visit to multiple specialists, including Dr. James Andrews. FanRag’s Jon Heyman, however, tweets that the Giants received relatively good news on their righty. While Cueto has..." May 07

  • Giants' Bochy: Cueto 'anxious to see' Dr. James Andrews about ailing elbow

    San Francisco Chronicle "Six weeks after his hand was broken by a line drive in the final Cactus League game, Madison Bumgarner played catch for the first time and made 30 throws from 60 feet, good news for a team that needs some on the pitching front. The uncertainty over Johnny Cueto's elbow will last through the..." May 04

  • Johnny Cueto will seek several opinions on elbow

    Larry Brown Sports "San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto’s elbow injury is serious enough that he’s seeing several doctors to try to figure out a course of action. Manager Bruce Bochy admitted that Cueto will get “two or three” opinions on his sore elbow, including that of Dr. James Andrews." May 02

  • Giants' Johnny Cueto Placed on 10-Day DL; Elbow Injury Diagnosed as Inflammation

    Bleacher Report "The San Francisco Giants placed starting pitcher Johnny Cueto on the 10-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation, NBC Sports Bay Area's Alex Pavlovic reported Tuesday. The 32-year-old veteran also tweaked his ankle near the start of the season and hit the disabled list during the 2017..." May 02

  • Johnny Cueto hits DL with ankle injury

    NBC Sports Bay Area "A few minutes after walking into the home clubhouse at AT&T Park, Andrew Suarez was asked if he knew if he was on the active roster. "No," he said. "I guess I should find that out." An hour later, Bruce Bochy finally explained two days of mystery. Johnny Cueto tweaked his left ankle while..." April 10

  • Giants’ Johnny Cueto ready for a normal camp after wisely deciding to stay

    San Francisco Gate "Outside, on a cloudy afternoon, Johnny Cueto played catch with Nick Hundley in right field. Inside the clubhouse, Cueto regaled listeners with tales of riding horses and feeding 400 chickens at his ranch in the Dominican Republic. He laughed at the thought of being another Madison..." February 15

  • The San Francisco Giants Really Need Johnny Cueto to Rebound in 2018

    The Sports Daily "Major League Baseball’s offseason has been slow overall, but the San Francisco Giants have been doing their best to be active following a 98-loss campaign. If you thought they’d go through some kind of rebuild after such a disappointing 2017, they’re doing the complete opposite. Acquiring..." December 27

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