Padres pitching prospect Max Fried will undergo Tommy John surgery next week, the team announced Friday. Fried, who has been dealing with soreness in his pitching elbow all season, was diagnosed with a torn UCL in recent days after finishing a rehab assignment. He is set to have surgery Aug. 20 and will be out 12-14 months while recovering. Fried, the team's first pick in the 2012 draft, allowed six runs in 10 2/3 innings of work between rookie-league and Class A before he was hsut down.
Padres pitching prospect Max Fried is scheduled to have his sore elbow examined in San Diego next week, MLB.com reports. Fried reported soreness in his pitching elbow after his last start Monday. He got a late start to the season while dealing with forearm soreness in the first half, and he's made just two starts with Class A Fort Wayne.
Padres starting pitcher prospect Max Fried is ready to join the roster at Class A Fort Wayne after making two starts on a rehab assignment with the team's Arizona League (rookie) affiliate, per MLB.com. Fried, who has been sidelined for most of the season with a forearm injury, is set to start Wednesday for Fort Wayne. Fried allowed two runs on five hits and three walks in four innings for the AZL Padres. He struck out seven.
Padres pitching prospect Max Fried will make his season debut in the Arizona rookie league Thursday, according to MLB.com. Fried has yet to pitch this season due to a forearm injury. If he can avoid a setback, he will could move on to a minor-league affiliate shortly.
Padres starting pitcher prospect Max Fried (elbow) will make one more start in extended spring training before moving onto low Class A Fort Wayne for a short stint, per MLB.com. Fried, who is considered the team's second-best prospect by MLB.com, is expected to eventually join the rotation at high Class A Lake Elsinore.
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