Madison Bumgarner of the Arizona Diamondbacks is Dealing with Left Shoulder Inflammation

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On Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021 the Arizona Diamonds were taking on the New York Mets from Chase Field located in Phoenix, Arizona. Madison Bumgarner was toeing the rubber for the Arizona Diamondbacks to start the ball game, but after only 2 innings of baseball the veteran ace starting pitcher of the Arizona Diamondbacks was forced to leave the match – up due to discomfort in Bumgarner’s left shoulder. This was Madison’s shortest outing in the big leagues since August 9th, 2020 when he allowed 5 earned runs off of the 8 hits he gave up early in the game.

Well sure enough the struggling Arizona Diamondbacks dropped another ball game as they lost last Wednesday to the New York Mets with a final score of 7 to 6, but that was the least of their concerns as one of their best players in the left – handed starting pitcher, Madison Bumgarner, was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Thursday, June 3rd, 2021. The future success of the Arizona Diamondbacks most likely rests on the shoulders of their best players such as Madison so hopefully for them his MRI will yield some good news for the team which is sitting at the bottom of the National League West division at the moment.

The Arizona Diamondbacks decided to place Bumgarner on the 10 – day injured list due to the inflammation in Madison’s left shoulder (pitching arm). Bumgarner admits that he began feeling the discomfort in his left shoulder two or three weeks ago, but he ultimately decided not to disclose this injury as he believed his left shoulder would begin feeling better. Over the course of the 2021 Major League Baseball season Madison is carrying an overall record of 4 and 5 with an earned run average of 5.73 throughout his 12 starting pitching performances.

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Media Statements

 This is just bad judgment on my part,” says the Arizona Diamondbacks’ starting pitcher, Madison Bumgarner. “I thought it was going to get better and go away sooner. The last three to four days, it’s gotten worse and affected my pitching.”  

Madison Bumgarner’s Baseball Career Achievements, Honors, and Awards

  • 4 Time MLB All – Star (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
  • 3 Time MLB World Series Champion (2010, 2012, 2014)
  • World Series MVP (2014)
  • National League Championship Series MVP (2014)
  • 2 Time Silver Slugger Award (2014, 2015)
  • Babe Ruth Award (2014)
  • Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (2014)

Madison Bumgarner’s Major League Baseball records

  • 25 Career World Series ERA
  • 52 & 2 / 3 Innings Pitched in a Single MLB Postseason Stretch (2014)
  • 2 Grand Slams by a Pitcher in a Single Season (tied with Tony Cloninger)

Current MLB Standings (as of Thursday, June 3rd, 2021)

American League East

Tampa Bay Rays                    36 – 22            0 Games Behind

Boston Red Sox                      33 – 23            2 Games Behind

New York Yankees                31 – 26            4.5 Games Behind

Toronto Blue Jays                   29 – 25            5 Games Behind

Baltimore Orioles                   19 – 37            16 Games Behind

American League Central

Chicago White Sox                 33 – 22            0 Games Behind

Cleveland Indians                   30 – 24            2.5 Games Behind

Kansas City Royals                27 – 26            5 Games Behind

Detroit Tigers                         23 – 32            10 Games Behind

Minnesota Twins                    22 – 32            11 Games Behind

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American League West

Oakland Athletics                   33 – 25            0 Games Behind

Houston Astros                       31 – 25            1 Games Behind

Seattle Mariners                      28 – 29            4.5 Games Behind

Los Angeles Angels                25 – 30            6.5 Games Behind

Texas Rangers                        22 – 36            11 Games Behind

National League East

New York Mets                      27 – 21            0 Games Behind

Atlanta Braves                        26 – 28            4 Games Behind

Philadelphia Phillies               26 – 29            4.5 Games Behind

Miami Marlins                        24 – 30            6 Games Behind

Washington Nationals            23 – 30            6.5 Games Behind

National League Central

Chicago Cubs                         32 – 23            0 Games Behind

St. Louis Cardinals                 31 – 25            1.5 Games Behind

Milwaukee Brewers                29 – 26            3 Games Behind

Cincinnati Reds                      24 – 29            7 Games Behind

Pittsburgh Pirates                    20 – 34            11.5 Games Behind

National League West

San Francisco Giants              34 – 21            0 Games Behind

San Diego Padres                    34 – 23            1 Games Behind

Los Angeles Dodgers             33 – 23            1.5 Games Behind

Colorado Rockies                   23 – 34            12 Games Behind

Arizona Diamondbacks        20 – 37            15 Games Behind

As seen from above the Arizona Diamondbacks are currently in fifth place (last place) in the standings of the National League West division of Major League Baseball. The Arizona Diamondbacks are 15 games behind the San Francisco Giants right now. The San Francisco Giants are sitting in first place of the division just one game in front of the mighty San Diego Padres, and just one and a half games in front of the surging Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Odds to Win the MLB 2021 World Series       

According to Bovada sportsbook below are the odds to win the MLB 2021 World Series as of Thursday, June 3rd, 2021. Currently the Arizona Diamondbacks have the 4th lowest odds to win it all for this exciting 162 game regular season of Major League Baseball in addition to the 2021 MLB playoffs.

Team                                       Odds

Los Angeles Dodgers             +300

San Diego Padres                    +650

New York Yankees                +750

Chicago White Sox                 +900

New York Mets                      +900

Houston Astros                       +1600

Tampa Bay Rays                    +1700

Oakland Athletics                   +1800

Boston Red Sox                      +1800

Atlanta Braves                        +2000

St. Louis Cardinals                 +2200

Toronto Blue Jays                   +2200

Milwaukee Brewers                +2500

Chicago Cubs                         +3300

San Francisco Giants              +3800

Cleveland Indians                   +3800

Philadelphia Phillies               +4500

Minnesota Twins                    +6600

Los Angeles Angels                +6600

Cincinnati Reds                      +7500

Kansas City Royals                +8000

Washington Nationals            +8000

Miami Marlins                        +8000

Seattle Mariners                      +12500

Texas Rangers                        +30000

Baltimore Orioles                   +50000

Arizona Diamondbacks        +50000

Pittsburgh Pirates                    +50000

Colorado Rockies                   +50000

Detroit Tigers                         +50000

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