Alburquerque underwent a surgical procedure to have a screw inserted into his olecranon to stabilize a non-displaced stress fracture in his right elbow.
A thin bullpen, mainly because manager Jim Leyland couldn’t use Al Alburquerque as much as he would have liked, and a thick list of nicked-up players hurt the Tigers’ chances of overcoming Texas in their six-game American League Championship Series.
Al Alburquerque (sore right hip) was grimacing during his Sept. 14 outing. He won’t pitch in the Sept. 15-18 series at Oakland.
Al Alburquerque (concussion) went on the seven-day disabled list Aug. 12.
Tigers reliever Al Alburquerque will be out at least 10 more days because of lingering effects of a concussion sustained last week.
Al Alburquerque (concussion) went on the seven-day disabled list Aug. 12. The Tigers hoped he could return by the weekend of Aug. 19.
Detroit Tigers reliever Al Alburquerque was struck in the head by a line drive during batting practice and carted off the field at Camden Yards.
Al Alburquerque (sore right elbow) was unavailable July 27-28. He is day-to-day.
Al Alburquerque (right elbow soreness) was placed on the 15-day disabled list on July 1. The Tigers say it was precautionary and expect him back right after the All-Star break.
The Detroit Tigers placed right-hander Al Alburquerque on the 15-day disabled list because of inflammation in his right forearm, leaving the team without the reliever who has confounded American League hitters for most of the season with his sharp slider.