The Angels announced Tyler Skaggs has a Grade 2 oblique strain. He received a PRP injection and is expected to be out 10-12 weeks.
— Pedro Moura (@pedromoura) May 1, 2017
Although Skaggs said he felt fine after coming out of his start early on Friday, he’ll miss up to three more months. The lefty was just settling into the season and cruising over his last three starts. Now he’ll sit again and recover from another long-term injury.
The Angels have endured too many injuries for one team since the beginning of last season. There may not be a team in history that has lost so many starting pitchers in just barely over a full season’s time.
When is it going to end?