Pirates pitching prospect Jameson Taillon underwent surgery Thursday to repair an inguinal hernia, per WPXI. He is expected to be out for about eight weeks. The 23-year-old Taillon has yet to pitch in a major league game.
Pirates premier pitching prospect Jameson Taillon could return to action in September if his recovery from hernia surgery, which he is scheduled to undergo this week, goes smoothly. "We'll see how the recovery goes," general manager Neal Huntington told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "It is two months-ish. I mean, we have been told it is roughly two months until he is ready to compete."
The Pirates announced Friday starting pitcher prospect Jameson Taillon will miss about two months as he will need surgery to repair an inguinal hernia. Taillon is expected to have the surgery next week. Taillon missed the 2014 season recovering from Tommy John surgery and was set to throw in a minor-league game for the first time since having the elbow surgery in late June before being scratched with lower abdominal pain.
Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon will seek a second opinion on his injured abdomen sometime this week, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Taillon has not pitched this season after he underwent Tommy John surgery last season, but he has recently been bothered by pain in his lower abdomen.
Pirates starting pitcher prospect Jameson Taillon did not make his expected start Tuesday in the Gulf Coast League (Rookie) due to lower abdominal pain, the team announced. Taillon developed the pain in his previous outing, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Taillon was set to make his first minor-league start Tuesday since undergoing Tommy John surgery last year. He had been pitching in extended spring. "We're working through exactly how long and what the severity is, working through the evaluation process," Pirates general manager Neal Huntington said.
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