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Big-league return in '18 unlikely
Iwakuma (shoulder) is still considered a long shot to pitch in a major-league game in 2018 according to manager Scott Servais, David Gottlieb of MLB.com reports. "He'd love to get in a game at some point, but we really haven't talked about it," Servais said. "I think he felt OK and his stuff was just OK. It's been a long time since he's pitched, so the expectations need to be realistic."
Uneven in third rehab appearance
Iwakuma (shoulder) was charged with the loss in short-season Everett's defeat at the hands of Spokane on Wednesday, allowing three earned runs on four hits and three walks over two innings. He recorded one strikeout.
Another encouraging rehab outing
Iwakuma (shoulder) tossed two scoreless innings in short-season Everett's loss to Vancouver on Friday, walking one and striking out two.
Signs in Australia
Gets back in game action
Iwakuma (shoulder) allowed an earned run on two hits over one inning in short-season Everett's win over Hillsboro on Sunday.
Logs significant rehab workload
Cut loose by Royals
Heading to Japan
Heading to Korea
Elects free agency
Plays catch Saturday
Designated for assignment
Released by Seattle
Reaches deal with independent club
Summoned to big leagues
To resume throwing soon
Shut down again
Inks deal with Korean club
Released by Minnesota
Bypassed for Friday's start
Candidate for Friday's start
Ready to face hitters