Cubs first-round pick Nico Hoerner out at least a month with fractured wrist

Cubs infield prospect Nico Hoerner has been diagnosed with a hairline wrist fracture, Mark Gonzales the Chicago Tribune shares (Twitter link). He’s expected to miss at least one month of action and will need to ramp back up to full baseball activities after healing. In other updates of more immediate concern for the MLB roster, relievers Pedro Strop and Brandon Morrow are progressing in their rehab efforts. The former has thrown his first bullpen session since he hit the injured list with a hamstring injury. The latter has (again) begun a throwing program once again. He’s still trying to work back from a string of elbow ailments. Though the Cubs would no doubt put a priority on getting those veteran relievers back in action, the absence of Hoerner does come with possible MLB implications. While there isn’t a clear need at the moment in the infield, he’s a near-term option for the organization. Hoerner would also be of interest to other clubs in trade talks this summer. The 22-year-old cracked top-100 prospec

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