O'Day (forearm) has progressed to playing long toss but has yet to throw off a mound, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
The Braves haven't yet ruled O'Day out for the remainder of the season, though he's not expected to be back until either late August or September. The right-hander has been on the shelf since the start of the 2019 campaign due to a right forearm injury.
O'Day (forearm) was shifted to the 60-day injured list Friday.
This is simply a procedural move for the Braves, who moved O'Day to the 60-day IL to open up a spot on the 40-man roster for Dallas Keuchel. O'Day has been on the shelf since March 28 due to right forearm soreness.
O'Day (forearm) played catch Tuesday, Gabe Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
O'Day has been battling forearm soreness since early March. He resumed throwing late in March but was shut down within a week. It remains unclear when he's expected to return.
O'Day (forearm) remains without a clear timeline for a return from the 10-day injured list, though the Braves are optimistic he'll be reinstated at some point during the summer, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
O'Day has been shut down all season after first experiencing soreness in his right forearm in early March. The 36-year-old has yet to even resume a throwing program since spring training concluded, so it appears safe to conclude that his absence will stretch into June. Once he proves he's healthy again, O'Day could have a key role waiting for him in the Atlanta bullpen.
O'Day (forearm) will be reevaluated Tuesday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
O'Day has been sidelined all season with forearm soreness, but he could be cleared to resume a throwing program if everything checks out OK on Tuesday.
O'Day (forearm) will be shut down from throwing for a couple of weeks, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
O'Day is apparently still experiencing some issues with his forearm, so he'll take some time off to allow things to heal before moving forward with his rehab. The veteran reliever should be considered out indefinitely for now. In the meantime, Chad Sobotka, Jesse Biddle and Jonny Venters are all setup options.
O'Day (forearm) is still only playing catch and has no timetable for his return to the mound, Gabriel Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The Braves' bullpen had a rough start to the season and could use a veteran reliever to stabilize things, but it's still not yet clear when O'Day will be ready to contribute. Given that his only game action of the spring came March 1, he'll essentially be starting his camp over from scratch once he's cleared. It could be awhile before the sidearmer makes his 2019 debut.
O'Day (forearm) was placed on the 10-day IL, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
He resumed a throwing program over the weekend but will need more time to get ready for game action. O'Day will eventually need to go on a rehab assignment before coming off the IL.
O'Day (forearm) played catch Sunday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
O'Day will open the season on the injured list, but his ability to resume a throwing program at least hints that he's progressing in his recovery from right forearm soreness. Once activated, O'Day will likely slot into a setup or middle-innings role out of the Atlanta bullpen.
Manager Brian Snitker said Sunday that O'Day (forearm) is unlikely to be ready for Opening Day, Gabe Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
O'Day has yet to begin throwing after being shut down with right forearm soreness March 8, so this news comes as little surprise. The 36-year-old side-armer will remain without a timeline for his return until he can resume a throwing program.
O'Day (forearm) still hasn't resumed throwing, Gabe Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
O'Day was shut down from throwing after experiencing right forearm soreness, and it's concerning that he's yet to start playing catch. If he has any chance of being ready for Opening Day, he'll have to resume a throwing program in the near future.
O'Day is battling right forearm soreness, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
O'Day recently said he was fully recovered from offseason hamstring surgery, only to have the forearm soreness crop up within a couple days. Braves manager Brian Snitker still expects the sidearmer to be ready for Opening Day, but O'Day has no official timeline yet for his return.
O'Day says his hamstring feels "awesome" after last season's surgery, Steve Hummer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The sidearming right-hander has battled injuries in two of the last three seasons and seen his ratios slide, which prompted the Orioles to dump his contract in the Kevin Gausman trade, but O'Day has still posted K/9 rates above 10.0 each of the last four years. If the 36-year-old can stay off the injured list in 2019, he should be able to give the Braves some valuable innings out of the bullpen.
O'Day (hamstring) was traded from the Orioles to the Braves on Tuesday along with Kevin Gausman in exchange for Jean Carlos Encarnacion, Brett Cumberland, Evan Phillips, Bruce Zimmerman and international signing slots.
The Orioles received a lesser package from Atlanta in exchange for dumping O'Day's salary. He underwent season-ending hamstring surgery earlier this month and is owed $9 million in 2019 -- the final year of his contract.
O'Day (hamstring) underwent successful surgery Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
O'Day is set to miss the rest of the 2018 season after having surgery on his hamstring. The procedure went well, and he'll attempt to return to form for the start of the 2019 campaign.
O'Day (hamstring) will have surgery on his left hamstring and will miss the rest of the 2018 season, Rich Dubroff of PressBoxonline.com reports.
O'Day landed on the disabled list earlier this week with a hamstring strain and was moved to the 60-day disabled list Friday, which makes sense given the surgery announcement. The 35-year-old would have been eligible to return in late August, but will now have to look towards a return in 2019.
O'Day (hamstring) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Friday.
It's now clear that the hamstring strain O'Day suffered Tuesday against the Mariners is a serious one. He'll be ineligible to return before August 26, though a precise timeline for his return has not yet been made clear.
O'Day was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday with a hamstring injury, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.
O'Day aggravated his hamstring injury Tuesday when attempting to field a bunt in the eighth inning against the Mariners. The specifics of the hamstring setback haven't been revealed, so it's hard to say if he'll require more than just the minimum 10 days on the disabled list. More news on that front should become available in the coming days.
O'Day exited Tuesday's game against the Mariners with an apparent injury, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
O'Day threw six pitches in the eighth inning before being lifted from the contest after appearing to injure himself while attempting to field a bunt. The reliever recently missed some time with a hamstring injury, so it's possible that he may have aggravated that injury again. We'll wait for an official diagnosis following the conclusion of Tuesday's game.
O'Day (hamstring) is available out of the bullpen Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
O'day hasn't pitched since suffering a minor hamstring injury last Friday, but he's good to go after getting some time off to rest and recover. The veteran reliever, who owns a solid 3.12 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 23:2 K:BB across 17.1 innings this season, should immediately slot back in as one of the team's primary setup men.
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