Washington Nationals Injury updates


Per our and other reporting, here are the latest injury updates from around the Washington Nationals organization.

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10-day/15-day injured list

1B Joey Gallo (left hamstring strain)
Expected return:
Second half of season

According to MLB.com and manager Dave Martinez, Joey Gallo is currently with the team and participating in light workouts, but he still can’t run 100 percent. Additionally, Gallo received an MRI on June 14, revealing a “significant” left hamstring strain. Gallo sustained the injury while running out a ground ball on June 11. There is no timeframe for his return. (Last updated: July 9)

RHP Trevor Williams (right flexor muscle strain)
Expected return: Second half of season
Williams is playing catch up to 60 feet. He was placed on the 15-day injured list on June 4, retroactive to June 1. (Last updated: July 5 via MLB.com)

60-day IL

RHP Cade Cavalli (Tommy John surgery)
Expected return:
Second half of season

According to manager Dave Martinez, Cavalli is staying in D.C. and will continue rehabbing his right elbow. By the week starting July 15, the team hopes he can move his rehab to West Palm Beach, Fla. Cavalli underwent Tommy John surgery on March 22, 2023. (Last updated: July 9 via MLB.com)

RHP Josiah Gray (right elbow/forearm flexor strain)
Expected return:

Gray has been shut down from throwing, and following the All-Star break, he will undergo an MRI and meet with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Keith Meister. He experienced arm fatigue and decreased velocity on almost all of his pitches, including a drop of more than two mph on his four-seam fastball, in his latest rehab start on June 30. Gray was placed on the IL on April 9, retroactive to April 6, and transferred to the 60-day IL on July 5 to clear space on the 40-man roster. (Last updated: July 5 via MLB.com)