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Hosts: Mark Gorosh (@sportz5176) and Evan Petzold (@evanpetzold)

Editor: Robin Chan

Executive producers: Anjanette Delgado, Kirkland Crawford


On this episode: With both Eduardo Rodriguez and Riley Greene heading to the injured list, the Free Press talked to two orthopedic surgeons to learn more about their injuries. How long should we expect E-Rod or Greene to be out? What does this mean for the Detroit Tigers‘ chances of taking the AL Central? What about the trade deadline? Who could the team potentially call up? Who should they call up? Mark and Evan go over these questions and more in this emergency podcast edition of “Days of Roar.”

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BAD NEWS: Riley Greene sent to injured list with stress fracture in left fibula

NEXT MAN UP: Tigers promote prospect Reese Olson, will start Friday vs. White Sox for MLB debut

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: ‘Days of Roar’: What doctors told us about Detroit Tigers’ injuries

Source: Yahoo Sports


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