The Baltimore Orioles got the sudden news on the first day of spring camp training.

Local media, such as “ ,” reported on the injury of right-hander Kyle Brady (27), citing the announcement of Orioles general manager Mike Elias on the 15th local time.

According to the report, Brady was diagnosed with a sprained medial ligament (UCL) in his right elbow. The season will open on the injured list.

Brady, one of the players who signed Dylan Bundy to the Los Angeles Angels in December 2019, made his big league debut in the 2022 season and started 53 games over two years.
He pitched 1682/3 innings in 30 games last season, posting 12-7 losses with a 2.83 ERA, bursting his potential as a full-time starter. He was ranked fourth in voting for the American Cy Young Award.

He was expected to play as the team’s second starter after the newly joined Corbin Burns, but there was a setback in preparation for the season.

UCL damage is not a problem that can be solved in a short period of time. Even if you choose rehabilitation treatment, it takes a considerable period of time.

In the worst-case scenario, if you undergo the so-called Tommy John surgery that reconstructs it, you can’t throw it for a year and a half.

For now, he has been treated with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and will resume pitching training around the weekend.

“At this point, everything is going in the right direction, but it’s not the time to expect when he will be able to return,” Elias said. “We expect him to do a lot of work in the 2024 season, and we’re trying to prepare him as quickly and responsibly as possible. However, he will need time,” he said, expressing caution.

Baltimore currently has starting resources for Burns, Grayson Rodriguez, Dean Kremer, and Tyler Wells and Col Irvin in addition to Brady’s.

On top of that, Bruce Zimmerman, Chase McDermott, Cade Povich, Seth Johnson, Justin Ambruster and Jordan Hisley are looking for opportunities. 토토사이트

“Right now, we are satisfied with the starting resources we have,” General Manager Elias said, drawing a line that Brady’s injury will not lead to the recruitment of outside starters.

This fact was confirmed by outsiders. Chicago White Sox manager Chris Getts told USA Today and other local media that there was no question from Baltimore regarding Dylan Sheath’s trade.

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