Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin underwent carpal tunnel release surgery on Monday and may return to pitching within a month, according to MLB.com. Gaudin stayed in Arizona when the team broke camp for the beginning of the regular season. At that time, Gaudin was dealing with a biceps injury. He has not thrown since then and has not appeared in a major league game since 2013. He posted a 5-2 record with a 3.06 ERA in 97 innings in 2013.
Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin is still in rest period as he recovers from a phrenectomy to relieve nerve pressure. He will begin the year in Arizona, per MLB.com.
Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin will be shut down for the time being with a biceps injury, manager Don Mattingly said Friday per MLB.com. Gaudin, who has had a tweak in his biceps for the last week, will have an MRI performed soon to see if there is any further damage. He has thrown six innings this spring, allowing two runs.
Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin (biceps) felt a tingling in his fingers Thursday and was shut down, MLB.com reports. The pitcher will be examined, and it's possible he's sent for an MRI Friday. Gaudin was pulled from last Friday's outing due to a "tweak" in his biceps. He's surrendered two earned runs in six spring innings.
Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Monday, MLB.com reports. Gaudin had to leave Saturday's game due to a "tweak" in his biceps. He has allowed two earned runs in six spring innings while striking out nine and walking none.
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