Even more on Veres

Although York Revolution closer Dave Veres has returned home to Colorado to visit a doctor, Revolution officials have clarified the doctor’s visit does not involve the 41-year-old pitcher’s artificial hip.

Veres has left the team for “undisclosed medical reasons” and was placed on the inactive list Monday. The former major league relief pitcher has been dealing with a strained groin of late. He initially injured the groin in a spring training outing and it flared up again in his first appearance of the year in Camden, N.J. on a chilly night.

Veres is the owner of 95 career major league saves and has not allowed a run in seven appearances with the Revs, although he has yet to pitch in a save situation. Veres was used on back-to-back nights in York’s series with Lancaster last weekend.

Revoluton officials continue to be less-than-informative in regards to injuries. Both Landon Jacobsen and Pete Munro were out of action for extended periods of time without a clarification on their specific injuries. And director of baseball operations, Adam Gladstone, said Veres’ placement on the inactive list was for “personal reasons.”

Read more about Veres’ absence from the team here.

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