With the Major League rotation taking such a physical beating lately, the organizational pitching depth has really dried up. That's made Manny Banuelos a more attractive potential option despite the fact that he's been pitching primarily in High-A ball this year on a strict innings/pitch count limit as he comes back from TJS. That comeback hit its first real rough patch last night when ManBan was scratched from his scheduled Double-A start with arm problems.
As first reported by Nick Peruffo, Banuelos was scratched for Jairo Heredia after telling coaches about some soreness and fatigue he had been feeling in his left arm. A possible DL trip was discussed initially, but Banuelos himself told Peruffo the issue was fatigue more than soreness. This is pretty common with guys who are coming back from surgery and a lot of missed mound time. It doesn't sound like anything is wrong with ManBan's surgically-repaired elbow, so the plan for now is to rest him for 3 days and have him play catch on Thursday to see how the arm feels.
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