A.J. Pollock RUMORS & NEWS

  • A.J. Pollock out at least 3 months with broken elbow, surgeon says

    Arizona Republic "Diamondbacks center fielder A.J. Pollock won’t begin baseball activities for at least three months and could miss the entire season after a three-hour surgery on his fractured right elbow Tuesday. Dr. Don Sheridan, the team’s hand specialist who performed the surgery along with Dr. Gary..." April 10

  • D-Backs' A.J. Pollock out indefinitely after fracturing right elbow

    Arizona Republic "Diamondbacks center fielder A.J. Pollock fractured his right elbow Friday against the Royals, manager Chip Hale announced after the game. Pollock will require surgery. After Pollock slid into home in the second inning of the spring-training game, he immediately grabbed his elbow. " April 02

  • A.J. Pollock could start on DL, manager Chip Hale says

    Fox Sports "Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale mentioned -- for the first time -- the possibility of All-Star center fielder A.J. Pollock starting the season on the disabled list. Soreness in Pollock's right elbow has kept him out since March 8, and he has just eight official at-bats this spring." March 27

  • A.J. Pollock plays in minor league game, eyes Opening Day

    ESPN "Arizona Diamondbacks star center fielder A.J. Pollock expects to be ready for Opening Day after testing his sore right elbow in a minor league game Thursday. Pollock told reporters that he "felt pretty good" after swinging a bat in a game for the first time since March 8. The All-Star went..." March 25

  • Diamondbacks Should Not Wait To Extend Superstar A.J. Pollock

    Baseball Essential "Arbitration season has officially come and gone and like most baseball fans I am glad its over. My team, the Arizona Diamondbacks agreed with seven of the team’s eight arbitration-eligible players. Right-hander Shelby Miller will make $4.35 million in 2016 as the no.2 starter behind Zack..." January 19

  • A.J. Pollock talks on hold

    Arizona Republic "The Diamondbacks avoided arbitration on Friday with six players, leaving center fielder A.J. Pollock as their only remaining arbitration-eligible player. The Diamondbacks had been hoping to find common ground with Pollock on a multi-year deal, but General Manager Dave Stewart said in a text..." January 17