Athletics Nation "Oakland Athletics catcher Stephen Vogt underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow, according to a press release from the club. Vogt is expected to recover in four to six weeks, which would put his initial start of activity between the end of February and the middle of March. The..." January 30
Vogt did some tee work in the cage today and felt just OK. Still an encouraging sign he's getting back into baseball activity.
Vogt had ultra sound that showed no rupture/fractures. He's at home today. No timetable for return yet.
Stephen Vogt, hit square in the groin, is being helped off the field. Carson Blair will make his #Athletics & MLB debut behind plate.
C Stephen Vogt back in the lineup for #Athletics after taking pitch off right wrist Friday night. CF Billy Burns being given another day off
Melvin says Vogt hit just below right wrist. X ray showed no break. Status for tomorrow unknown.
San Francisco Chronicle "With the All-Star Game just over three weeks away, Bob Melvin’s image of an ideal roster is coming into sharper focus. Sonny Gray, Stephen Vogt and Josh Reddick are all deserving candidates, Melvin said, with Gray easily “in the conversation” to be the American League’s starting..." June 21
Cramp for #Athletics Stephen Vogt. Status for Friday up in air.
Hardball Talk "It’s easy to define Stephen Vogt’s career by the long road he took to get to the majors. He spent most of six years in the minor leagues, finally getting his first legitimate shot in the bigs with Oakland in 2013 at age 28. His story has been one of perseverance and survival. Right now, the..." May 15
Oakland Tribune "Stephen Vogt has sore feet, but the A's catcher isn't complaining. He spent 9½ weeks in a boot following surgery on his right foot Oct. 14, and the soreness is just a matter of getting acclimated to not having his foot encased in a boot for all that time. His surgeon, Dr. Kenneth Jung,..." January 22
Oakland Tribune "A's catcher Stephen Vogt is scheduled for a post-surgery checkup Thursday, then will fly back from Los Angeles to Washington state to begin six to eight weeks of recovery. Vogt had Dr. Kenneth Jung repair the plantar plates in his right foot Tuesday. Along the way, Jung removed scar tissue..." October 16
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Vogt suffered a sprained left ankle in Wednesday’s loss to Seattle, and it appears the A’s first baseman will miss the start of this weekend’s series against Houston. Vogt caught his spikes in the ground and rolled his ankle as he slid into second base trying to break up a double play..." September 04
CSN Bay Area "The A's placed catcher John Jaso on the 7-day disabled list with a concussion and recalled catcher Stephen Vogt from Triple-A Sacramento to take his roster spot Thursday in advance of the A's four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels. Foul tips off the mask during the A's series in..." July 26