by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com (5/17/2013) The Mariners have moved reliever Stephen Pryor to the 60-day disabled list, the club announced Friday.
Pryor is eligible to return in mid-June. He has been dealing with a lat problem but will avoid surgery, and will likely return near the end of June.
Stephen Pryor likely out until June
by Adam Moore | CBSSports.com (5/11/2013) Mariners reliever Stephen Pryor, who is on the 15-day disabled list with a torn right lat muscle, played catch from about 45 feet Saturday, MLB.com reports.
"I've been playing catch, doing a lot of lower-body workouts," he said. "But that's about it for now. I think I'm right on schedule. I don't know what that means as far as getting on the mound, but hopefully in the next few weeks."
Stephen Pryor making slow progress
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (5/5/2013) Mariners skipper Eric Wedge had good and bad news regarding reliever Stephen Pryor Sunday, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Pryor, coming back from a strained side muscle suffered April 14, is making positive progress, according to Wedge. That said, Wedge also said "it's still going to be a while" before Pryor returns for the club.
Stephen Pryor won't need surgery
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (4/16/2013) Mariners pitcher Stephen Pryor, on the disabled list with a right lat tear, will not require surgery, ESPN reports. The Mariners are unsure how long Pryor will be sidelined.
Stephen Pryor placed on disabled list
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (4/15/2013) The Mariners placed relief pitcher Stephen Pryor on the 15-day disabled list with a tear in his right latissimus dorsi muscle, MLB.com reports Monday. The corresponding roster move will be announced Tuesday.
The 23-year-old Pryor has appeared in seven games and has not allowed a run over 7 1/3 innings with three hits and one walk given up with seven strikeouts.
Pryor left Sunday's game against the Rangers with the injury.
Stephen Pryor leaves with lat strain
by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com (4/14/2013) Mariners reliever Stephen Pryor left Sunday's series finale against the Rangers in the eighth inning due to a right lat strain, the team announced. He is expected to be re-evaluated Monday.
The right-hander worked 1 1/3 scoreless innings before the early exit. He also struck out two and walked one.
Stephen Pryor showing improvement in off-speed pitches
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com (3/23/2013) Mariners pitcher Stephen Pryor has exhibited improved command of his off-speed pitches, according to the Seattle Times.
In the report, Pryor spoke about the necessity of mixing quality off-speed stuff with his hard pitches, saying, "I was in situations last year where I was going five or six pitches to a guy and he was fouling them off a lot because he was seeing hard, hard, hard. So, I figured if I had something soft, I could set him up with either my fastball or my slider and it would help my pitching quite a bit."
Manager Eric Wedge has given the impression this spring that he has confidence using Pryor in a late-inning role.
Pryor recalled by Mariners
by Adam Moore | CBSSports.com (7/31/2012) The Mariners recalled reliever Stephen Pryor from Triple-A Tacoma the team announced Tuesday. In a corresponding move, the club optioned Carlos Peguero back to Tacoma.