Mariners injury updates: Julio Rodriguez, Gregory Santos, Gabe Speier, and Bryan Woo

Scott Servais gave injury updates on several players in his presser on Sunday, including some of the biggest names on the team and when we could see them next
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Scott Servais today gave updates on the status of Julio Rodriguez, Bryan Woo, Gregory Santos, and Gabe Speier. Julio left yesterday's game early with a sore quad, his imaging from the MRI he underwent last night came back clean. Expect Julio to get a full day off today, unless he gives Servais the go ahead to use him if necessary. With the Mariners having an off-day tomorrow that gives Julio more time to rest his quad by giving him Sunday off. Victor Robles will start in center field in Julio's place.

Starting pitcher Bryan Woo threw 45 pitches in last night's game for the Everett AquaSox. Woo threw 2.2 IP and gave up two runs, allowing one hit (a home run), striking out two, and walking two. Scott Servais says Woo felt good after the game and he had just a bit of trouble with the short porch in Everett. He also added Woo is progressing well in his rehab.

Reliever Gregory Santos pitched last night as well, working one inning of work against Vancouver. Santos threw a scoreless inning and struck out one batter. He is also progressing well and felt good after last night's appearance.

Reliever Gabe Speier is working his way back to the mound and could throw off the mound in San Diego facing live BP before going on a rehab assignment.

Good news from Mariners injury updates

The good news is Julio Rodriguez'ss injury was minor and he appears to have been removed from yesterday's game as a precaution. His imaging came back clean and he should recover with a day off and an off day tomorrow. The Mariners could get more bullpen help soon with Santos and Speier working their way back to the team. Bryan Woo has continued to progress well and should be back with the Mariners later this month if he avoids any setbacks.