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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Cleared to face hitters

    Gilbreath (elbow/shoulder) threw his third bullpen session Saturday and will begin facing hitters at the Rockies' facility in Arizona this week, MLB.com reports. "[His side session] went great, he threw all his pitches," manager Bud Black said. "He'll be in some games within a week in Arizona, and then probably we'll jump him up a level." Gilbreath is working his way back from his March 14, 2023 Tommy John surgery, and though he was initially projected to return from the injured list in May, his 2024 debut was pushed back after he strained his shoulder earlier in the spring. According to the report, Gilbreath is considered fully recovered from the shoulder issue, so he's now in the process of building back up from elbow surgery. If he responds well to facing hitters, Gilbreath could begin a rehab assignment in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League before eventually moving up to a higher-level affiliate later this month.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Throwing side sessions

    Gilbreath (shoulder/elbow) completed two bullpen sessions during the Rockies' recent road trip in St. Louis and Minnesota that ran from June 6 to 12, MLB.com reports. Gilbreath was expected to throw another bullpen session during the Rockies' current homestand before the club decides whether he's ready to take the next step in his rehab program: facing hitters. The southpaw reliever is working his way back from Tommy John surgery and had previously made a rehab appearance with Triple-A Albuquerque on April 23 before being pulled off the assignment after experiencing shoulder discomfort. He could be ready to resume the rehab assignment by the end of June if he avoids any further snags in his recovery while he continues the ramp-up process.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Initiates throwing program

    Manager Bud Black said that Gilbreath (elbow/shoulder) is "progressing" after the southpaw resumed throwing June 3 at Coors Field, MLB.com reports. After undergoing Tommy John surgery March 14, 2023, Gilbreath received clearance to head out on a minor-league rehab assignment in late April, but he made just one appearance before being shut down after experiencing shoulder discomfort. He's finally starting to get ramped back up again after a nearly six-week shutdown period, but Gilbreath could still be another week or more away from heading back out on a rehab assignment. During his last healthy season in the majors in 2022, Gilbreath compiled a 4.19 ERA and 1.47 WHIP over 43 innings out of the Colorado bullpen.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Still not throwing

    Gilbreath (shoulder) has yet to resume throwing, MLB.com reports. Gilbreath is still waiting to take the next big step in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, but the current issue is pain behind his left shoulder. On a positive note, he is showing progress in his rehab exercises.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Departs 40-man roster

    The Rockies transferred Gilbreath (elbow/shoulder) to the 60-day injured list Tuesday. Gilbreath had seemed close to completing the long road back from Tommy John surgery, but now he's developed a shoulder issue. It's not clear how long he might be out, but he won't be eligible to return until late May.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Nearing rehab assignment

    Gilbreath (elbow) pitched in a second simulated game at extended spring training Friday, MLB.com reports. Manager Bud Black noted that the session went well and that Gilbreath suffered no setbacks. Gilbreath is likely to begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Albuquerque in the coming days and could return by late April.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Headed for late-April return

    Gilbreath (elbow) threw a live batting practice session Tuesday, MLB.com reports. Gilbreath is recovering from Tommy John surgery, with his latest throwing session lasting between 20 and 25 pitches. He escaped without any setbacks and is expected to throw again by the close of the current week. The next step could be a rehab appearance, with his ultimate goal being a return from the injured list by late April.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Making progress

    Gilbreath (elbow) is expected to face hitters by late March, MLB.com reports. Gilbreath underwent Tommy John surgery in March of 2023 and is progressing in his recovery. He'll begin the season on the injured list, though it's unclear how long he'll remain sidelined in the new campaign.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Playing catch again

    Gilbreath (elbow) was cleared to resume playing catch shortly after the All-Star break and was throwing off flat ground from up to 90 feet as of July 29, MLB.com reports. After undergoing Tommy John surgery March 14, Gilbreath isn't a candidate to pitch for the Rockies in 2023, and his absence could even stretch into the early portion of the 2024 season. The fact that he's been able to begin a throwing program four months after surgery can at least be viewed as a positive sign at this early stage of his recovery.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Will undergo Tommy John surgery

    Gilbreath (elbow) announced Tuesday that he will undergo Tommy John surgery, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports. It was announced late last week that Gilbreath would likely need to undergo the operation, but the southpaw sought a second opinion before announcing the decision. Because of the surgery, he'll miss all of the 2023 season and could miss the start of the 2024 campaign as well. Gilbreath will likely be placed on the 60-day injured list whenever the team needs an opening on the 40-man roster.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Likely needs Tommy John surgery

    Gilbreath (elbow) said Thursday that he will likely require Tommy John surgery, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Gilbreath is still seeking more opinions on his left elbow, but the writing is probably on the wall for him to go under the knife. He missed time down the stretch in 2022 due to what was diagnosed as a flexor strain, then aggravated the injury when he began mound work this spring at Rockies camp. If the 26-year-old has surgery, he would miss the entire 2023 campaign as well as the start of next season.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Enters camp healthy

    Gilbreath (elbow) is healthy to begin spring training and threw a bullpen session Sunday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Gilbreath was sidelined down the stretch by a flexor strain in his left elbow last season, but he had a healthy offseason and is good to go for the start of spring training. The 26-year-old had 12 holds with a 4.19 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 49:26 K:BB across 43 innings last year.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Not returning this season

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Monday that Gilbreath (elbow) won't return from the 15-day injured list before the end of the season, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. Gilbreath is due to receive a platelet-rich plasma injection to address his left elbow flexor strain and is expected to avoid surgery, but with just a month left in the season, he won't have sufficient time to complete his rehab program for the injury before the Rockies wrap up their schedule in the first week of October. The 26-year-old southpaw turned in a 4.19 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 49:26 K:BB to go with 12 holds in 43 innings over 47 relief appearances before he landed on the 15-day injured list Aug. 28.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Back to big-league club

    Gilbreath was recalled by the Rockies on Saturday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Gilbreath had a brief stint with the big-league club earlier this season, but he allowed six earned runs while posting a 3:4 K:BB across 3.1 innings out of the bullpen. Justin Lawrence was optioned in the corresponding move.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Demoted Wednesday

    The Rockies optioned Gilbreath to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday. He was sent out to the minors to create a spot on the 28-man active roster for Ryan Feltner, who was called up from Albuquerque in advance of his start Wednesday in Philadelphia. After returning April 18 from a brief stint on the COVID-19 injured list, Gilbreath made four appearances out of the Colorado bullpen and gave up six earned runs over 3.1 innings.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Serves up homer

    Gilbreath allowed two earned runs on one hit and one walk across two-thirds of an inning Wednesday against the Phillies. Gilbreath was activated from the COVID-19 injured list Monday, so this outing marked his season debut. He entered the game in the seventh inning with the bases loaded and the score tied. He hit the first batter he faced to force in a run, but the big blow came two hitters later when he allowed a three-run home run to Johan Camargo. Gilbreath was solid out of the Rockies' bullpen in 2021, maintaining a 3.38 ERA and 1.31 WHIP across 42.2 frames while also tallying four holds. He should hold a similar role in 2022.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Ready for 2022 debut

    Gilbreath (illness) was activated from the injured list Monday, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports. Gilbreath began the year on the COVID-19 injured list, but he's since been activated after making a rehab appearance for the Triple-A Isotopes on Sunday. He issued a walk and struck out one in a scoreless frame against Tacoma.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Slated to begin rehab assignment

    Gilbreath (illness) will head to Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday to begin a rehab assignment, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Although Gilbreath rejoined the Rockies on Friday and tossed a bullpen session, he'll need to make at least one appearance with the minor-league club before he's cleared to make his 2022 debut. The Rockies haven't yet indicated when they plan to activate Gilbreath from the COVID-19 injured list, but it's possible that will happen as early as this week.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Extends scoreless streak

    Gilbreath worked around a walk to record the final two outs of the seventh inning in his relief appearance Wednesday in the Rockies' 3-2 win over Atlanta. The scoreless appearance was Gilbreath's 14th in a row, and the rookie lefty has struck out 13 while allowing only 11 baserunners over that 14-inning stretch. Carlos Estevez appears to have settled in as the Rockies' new closer in place of the deposed Daniel Bard, but Gilbreath looks like he'll at least factor more prominently into the setup mix in light of his recent success.
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  • Rockies' Lucas Gilbreath: Tosses one inning as opener

    Gilbreath started Wednesday's game against the Angels, allowing one run on two hits and two walks over an inning. The 25-year-old operated as an opener Wednesday after the Rockies were forced to go with a bullpen game after Chi Chi Gonzalez (undisclosed) was placed on the COVID-19 IL. Gilbreath broke a streak of four straight scoreless outings and now owns a 6.41 ERA, 1.68 WHIP and 19:13 K:BB over 19.2 innings.
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