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SFGate May 10, 2018

Giants’ roster move means no Cueto until at least June 28

PHILADELPHIA - Days after the Giants said Johnny Cueto would miss six to eight weeks with a sprained right elbow, they conceded the "six" part was not going to happen. They needed a 40-man spot to promote reliever Jose Valdez from Triple-A on Thursday and placed Cueto on the 60-day disabled list. Cueto will not be eligible to return until June 28, two months after his last start. Manager Bruce Bochy said the Giants are "being on he safe side of when we think he'll be ready and finish his rehab." Meanwhile, Madison Bumgarner is expected to throw off a mound...
The Mercury News May 8, 2018
Johnny Cueto’s ‘unbearable pain’ and an updated outlook on the Giants rotation

Johnny Cueto’s ‘unbearable pain’ and an updated outlook on the Giants rotation

The Giants' right-hander went to the doctor's office believing he would need Tommy John surgery.

Cueto to be sidelined 6-8 weeks, no Tommy John surgery

San Francisco pitcher Johnny Cueto will be sidelined for six-to-eight weeks because of a strained right elbow and will not have Tommy John surgery. The 32-year-old right-hander was examined by …
The Mercury News May 7, 2018
Johnny Cueto will attempt to rehab elbow injury, avoid surgery

Johnny Cueto will attempt to rehab elbow injury, avoid surgery

The Giants right-hander is expected to miss the next six weeks.
SFGate May 4, 2018

Giants get good news on Madison Bumgarner, no news on Johnny Cueto

ATLANTA - Six weeks after his hand was broken by a line drive in the final Cactus League game, Madison Bumgarner played catch for the first time and made 30 throws from 60 feet, good news for a team that needs some on the pitching front. The uncertainty over Johnny Cueto's elbow will last through the weekend. Cueto could not get an appointment to see Dr. James Andrews until Monday to get an important opinion on how to proceed. The Giants have adopted an information blackout on Cueto until then. They will not comment on the results of the MRI that Cueto had in...
The Mercury News May 4, 2018
What’s the latest with injured Giants starter Johnny Cueto?

What’s the latest with injured Giants starter Johnny Cueto?

The National League ERA leader could be out for an extended period of time.
Call to the Pen May 3, 2018

San Francisco Giants: Johnny Cueto injury could doom playoff hopes

When fully healthy, the San Francisco Giants appeared to be a potential playoff team. However, the latest injury on their pitching staff may doom those hopes. It was easy to understand the optimism surrounding the San Francisco Giants lately. They had climbed over .500, with a 16-15 record after Wednesday’s victory over the Padres. Jeff […] San Francisco Giants: Johnny Cueto injury could doom playoff hopes - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Giants RHP Johnny Cueto may meet with Dr. Andrews over elbow

San Francisco right-hander Johnny Cueto may meet with specialist Dr. James Andrews on the Giants upcoming road trip to get his sore pitching elbow evaluated. Cueto was placed on the …
SFGate May 2, 2018

Giants’ Cueto might visit noted sports surgeon Dr. James Andrews

The Giants are not ready to provide a diagnosis on Johnny Cueto's elbow, but nobody needs Will Clark's 20-12 eyesight to read between the lines. Manager Bruce Bochy said Wednesday that Cueto will get two or three opinions on the elbow. It sounds like Dr. James Andrews will have a look this weekend when the Giants conveniently travel to Atlanta, between Andrews' offices in Birmingham, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla. Pitchers do not visit Dr. Andrews to talk about fishing. Also, when asked if the Giants have ruled out a torn ulnar-collateral...
The Mercury News May 2, 2018
Giants evaluating Cueto rehab options, Panik sets timetable for return

Giants evaluating Cueto rehab options, Panik sets timetable for return

Right-hander Johnny Cueto could visit Dr. James Andrews on the Giants' trip to the east coast.
www.bostonherald.com Apr 29, 2018
Jackson, Cueto help Giants split doubleheader

Jackson, Cueto help Giants split doubleheader

SAN FRANCISCO — Johnny Cueto was still at home getting dressed when he saw Giants teammate and backup infielder Pablo Sandoval pitch a perfect ninth inning during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Dodgers.It wasn't exactly a Shohei Ohtani moment but it was enough to make Cueto smile before he followed up with a strong outing of his own on the mound.Austin Jackson hit a go-ahead three-run double in the fifth inning, Cueto won his third consecutive decision and San Francisco beat Los Angeles 8-3 for a split of their doubleheader.Asked if he went over any of the Dodgers...
sanluisobispo Apr 29, 2018
Jackson, Cueto help Giants split doubleheader; Panda pitches | The Tribune

Jackson, Cueto help Giants split doubleheader; Panda pitches | The Tribune

Austin Jackson hit a go-ahead three-run double in the fifth inning, Johnny Cueto won his third consecutive decision and the San Francisco Giants beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-3 for a split of their doubleheader Saturday.
The Mercury News Apr 22, 2018

Cueto improves league-leading ERA, Belt powers Giants to first series win

Brandon Belt set a Major League record and Johnny Cueto lowered his league-leading ERA in the Giants' first series win of the season.
The Mercury News Apr 22, 2018

Giants notebook: Cueto’s changeup, Ohtani mania and Strickland vs. Harper

Johnny Cueto's dominant changeup has helped him take the lead league in earned run average.
OC Register Apr 22, 2018

Angels conclude dreary homestand with 4-2 loss to San Francisco Giants

Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto took a no-hitter into the sixth inning. The Angels threatened in the ninth before losing for the fifth time on their six-game homestand.

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