ST. LOUIS PIONEERS
INJURIES
04/27/1931
Friday, April 10th, 1931
CF Emil Noble was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Friday, March 27th, 1931
SP Marv Forster was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, March 26th, 1931
RF Ken Adams was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Fractured ankle. He's expected to miss about 4-5 months.
Monday, March 23rd, 1931
SP Chief Rogers was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Thursday, March 19th, 1931
2B Carl Kaufman was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Bruised elbow. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Tuesday, March 17th, 1931
SP Cal Montgomery was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, September 26th, 1930
SP Jimmy Clinch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, September 20th, 1930
SP John Mahoney was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, September 10th, 1930
2B Jim Quick was injured being hit by a pitch. The Diagnosis: Broken bone in elbow. He's expected to miss about 4-5 months.
1B Max Morris was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Oblique strain. He's expected to miss about 7 weeks.
Friday, August 29th, 1930
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Friday, July 25th, 1930
2B Jim Quick was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, July 15th, 1930
2B Jim Quick was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Sunday, July 13th, 1930
SP Marv Forster was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Surgery to remove bone spur (elbow). He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Friday, June 13th, 1930
1B Max Morris was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Wrist soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Tuesday, June 10th, 1930
SS Jack Rogers was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Tuesday, May 13th, 1930
2B Jim Quick was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn hamstring. He's expected to miss about 5 weeks.
SP Cal Montgomery was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn flexor tendon (elbow). He's expected to miss about 7-8 months.
Sunday, April 27th, 1930
SS Roger Landry was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Shoulder tendinitis. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 weeks.
Sunday, April 6th, 1930
CF Joe Richardson was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hamstring tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Friday, April 4th, 1930
SP Cal Montgomery was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Hamstring soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
Thursday, March 27th, 1930
RF Chick Prendergast was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained forearm. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, September 1st, 1929
3B Don Duke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Concussion. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Wednesday, July 31st, 1929
SP Jimmy Clinch was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore shoulder. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Monday, July 15th, 1929
SP Rolla Puckett was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Forearm soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Wednesday, July 3rd, 1929
3B Don Duke was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back spasms. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Monday, June 10th, 1929
2B Joe Stanley was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Tuesday, May 28th, 1929
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Thursday, May 2nd, 1929
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised knee. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Wednesday, April 24th, 1929
SP Joe Marett was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Sore back. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, April 20th, 1929
2B Joe Stanley was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 3 days.
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 6 days.
Saturday, March 30th, 1929
SP Bill Hathaway was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Torn UCL. He's expected to miss about 12-13 months.
Saturday, March 23rd, 1929
CF Benny Rice was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Sprained ankle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 5 days.
Saturday, September 1st, 1928
2B Bob Marceaux was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Torn abdominal muscle. He's expected to miss about 4 months.
Monday, August 27th, 1928
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Mild hamstring strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Sunday, August 26th, 1928
LF Bernie Morris was injured . The Diagnosis: Flu. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Sunday, July 29th, 1928
LF Dave Butterfield was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Sprained thumb. He's expected to miss about 6-7 weeks.
Thursday, July 12th, 1928
3B Roger Landry was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Bruised hand. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 1 day.
Friday, June 22nd, 1928
LF Jim Parks was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Hip soreness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 2 days.
Saturday, June 9th, 1928
3B Willie Funes was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Broken kneecap. He's expected to miss about 7 months.
Wednesday, April 18th, 1928
SP Marv Forster was injured while pitching. The Diagnosis: Mild shoulder strain. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Monday, April 16th, 1928
LF Bob Carbine was injured when he cracked his molar on a sesame seed roll. The Diagnosis: Undisclosed injury. This injury keeps him out of action for 5 weeks.
Thursday, April 5th, 1928
SS Eddie Hannah was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Strained abdominal muscle. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Sunday, April 1st, 1928
SP Jack Carr was injured while throwing the ball. The Diagnosis: Back tightness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
Saturday, March 31st, 1928
3B Roger Landry was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Bruised shin. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last 4 days.
Wednesday, March 21st, 1928
2B Bob Marceaux was injured in a collision at a base. The Diagnosis: Hamstring strain. He's expected to miss about 3 weeks.
Wednesday, March 14th, 1928
LF Bob Carbine was injured while running the bases. The Diagnosis: Back stiffness. This is a day-to-day injury expected to last one week.
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