Gavin Floyd

#26 RP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 235 lb Age: 33 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Blue Jays' Gavin Floyd: Headed for deal with Toronto

      Floyd and the Toronto Blue Jays are headed for a deal, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. It's unclear what the terms of the contract will be at this point. However, considering Floyd pitched in just seven games in 2015, all in relief, Floyd will likely receive a minor league contract with a non-roster spring training invite. Look for him to compete for either a swingman role, as he's a long shot to make Toronto's rotation.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Indians activate Floyd, Johnson from DL; recall Armstrong

      The Indians announced a series of roster moves on Tuesday. The Indians activated right-hander Gavin Floyd and infielder Chris Johnson from the disabled list. They also recalled Shawn Armstrong from Triple-A Columbus. Floyd has not pitched this season after undergoing offseason shoulder surgery. He was expected to miss the entire 2015 campaign but his recovery went better than originally thought. Johnson, who came over from the Braves in a waiver deal earlier this month, was placed on the DL back on Aug. 18 with an infection stemming from a spider bite. He was 9 for 21 in six games with the Indians prior to the injury. Armstrong was up earlier this year with the Indians, pitching 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Indians pitcher Gavin Floyd (elbow) slated to return on Tuesday

      The unlikley return story of Gavin Floyd has reached its peak, as Indians manager Terry Francona said Floyd will be activated from the disabled list on Tuesday. Floyd has missed the entire season so far after having elbow surgery in the offseason. Floyd will be used out of the bullpen upon his return, Francona said, per

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Indians SP Gavin Floyd struggles during rehab outing Wednesday

      Indians pitcher Gavin Floyd was not sharp during his first rehab assignment game for the team's Rookie League affiliate on Wednesday. Floyd allowed four runs on four hits over 1 /3 innings. He also gave up a solo home run while walking one and striking out two. Floyd has been out all season after undergoing elbow surgery in spring training.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Indians' Gavin Floyd (elbow) to pitch in rehab game Wednesday

      Indians right-hander Gavin Floyd is expected to pitch in his first rehab game on Wednesday. The veteran hurler has been out all season after underoing elbow surgery in spring training. It was originally thought that Floyd would miss the entire 2015 campaign following surgery to repair a stress fracture in his elbow. But he will start a rehab stint with the Indians' Arizona Rookie league team, according to the Northeast Ohio Media Group. There have been no indications whether Floyd will actually be able to return to a big-league mound this season.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Indians send four to DL, including Nick Swisher, Gavin Floyd

      The Indians set their Opening Day roster by sending four players to the disabled list. RHP Gavin Floyd was sent to the 60-day disabled list. Floyd was coming back from a stress fracture of his elbow and reinjured himself in spring training. Infielder Zach Walters (oblique), outfielder Nick Swisher (knees) and RHP Josh Tomlin (shoulder) were all placed on the 15-day disabled list.

    • by R.J. White |

      Indians' Gavin Floyd to begin motion activities in two weeks

      Indians pitcher Gavin Floyd is set to begin range-of-motion activities in his surgically-repaired elbow in approximately two weeks, reports. Floyd is sidelined indefinitely after undergoing surgery Tuesday. He was limited to nine starts last season due to a stress fracture in his pitching elbow.

    • by R.J. White |

      Indians SP Gavin Floyd to undergo elbow surgery Tuesday

      Indians starting pitcher Gavin Floyd is set to undergo elbow surgery Tuesday, reports. Doctors will perform a refixation of the right olecranon bone in Floyd's elbow. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013 and made just nine starts last season before suffering a stress fracture. He was diagnosed with another stress fracture last week and sought a second opinion before deciding to undergo Tuesday's procedure, which could cost Floyd the entire season. "He's certainly out for the foreseeable future," manager Terry Francona said. "More important than talking in March about him pitching in August or September, is our getting him healthy so he can proceed with his career. As he starts to rehab and do all that stuff, some of those things get more clear. I think the safe presumption is he's going to miss a good portion, if not the whole year."

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Indians seeking second opinion for SP Gavin Floyd (elbow)

      Indians manager Terry Francona had no new update Thursday on the status of injured starting pitcher Gavin Floyd, per Francona said Floyd's MRI is being sent around for a second opinion to determine the course of action.

    • by R.J. White |

      Indians' Gavin Floyd out indefinitely with stress fracture in elbow

      Indians starting pitcher Gavin Floyd has suffered a re-injury of the stress fracture in his elbow that ended his 2014 season prematurely and is out indefinitely, the team announced. The team has yet to decide on a course of treatment for the pitcher, but it's possible that he'll have to undergo surgery on the elbow. Once the team settles on his treatment, a timetable will be determined for his recovery. Floyd underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013 and made just nine starts last season before suffering the fracture in his elbow. He was shut down last week due to "general soreness" that was reported to be unrelated to the elbow, but the pitcher was scheduled for an MRI on his elbow this week. He went 2-2 with a 2.65 ERA and 45:13 K:BB ratio in 54 1/3 innings last season. With Floyd sidelined, Danny Salazar, T.J. House, Zach McAllister, Bruce Chen and Josh Tomlin will be competing for two spots in the rotation.

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