Logan Darnell returns from disabled list for Somerset
Somerset Patriots pitcher Logan Darnell’s name was attached to the disabled list for 34 days due to an oblique injury 16 pitches into his start on May 8 against the York Revolution.
According to the league’s transaction page, the lefty is reinstated from the disabled list.
He is listed as active for Somerset’s series finale against the Long Island Ducks on June 13.
This according to the league's transaction page. The team also played D'Arby Myers on the 7-day injured list. https://t.co/3OUmg8eljj
— Dylan Manfre (@Dylan_Manfre11) June 13, 2019
Darnell was emerging as one of the top hurlers in Somerset’s rotation with a 1.29 ERA and to go along with nine strikeouts on the year prior to his lengthy setback.
The second-year Patriot had a superb first outing where he retired seven batters in six innings of work in a 2-1 win over the High Point Rockers on April 30.
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