The Cubs start a three-game array opposite a Pirates on Friday during Wrigley Field though right-handed service pitcher Carl Edwards, who was placed on a anguish list after a genocide of someone tighten to him Thursday night.
Cubs officials would not endorse who died, though manager Joe Maddon voiced his magnetism for Edwards before Friday’s game.
“Oh, my God,” Maddon said. “It’s horrible. … We all know C.J. He’s such a good kid. Absolutely ravaged by it. We’ll only wait and see when he gets back. In a meantime, we’ll reason down a fort. Awful.”
Edwards has authorised one hit, 3 walks and no runs while distinguished out 4 in 4 2/3 innings this season.
In a analogous move, a group active maladroit reliever Brian Duensing off a 10-day infirm list.
The 34-year-old will be accessible to representation Friday. He was sealed as a giveaway representative during a offseason though began a year on a DL interjection to lower-back tightness. He pitched 3 scoreless innings in dual appearances for Triple-A Iowa.
He is 42-37 with a 4.13 ERA in 666 2/3 innings over 8 seasons in a large leagues.