Kline remains several weeks away from beginning a throwing program following an arthroscopic procedure on his pitching elbow, MLB.com's Mike Rosenbaum reports.
The original thought was that the once highly-touted prospect, who was the Orioles second-round pick in 2012, would be throwing within a month of the procedure he had in March. That plan has obviously changed and a timetable for Kline's recommencing of baseball activities appears cloudy at this point. The 25-year-old had Tommy John surgery last year and hasn't pitched since 2015.
Kline (elbow) underwent follow-up arthroscopic surgery on his throwing elbow last week, Steve Melewski of MASNsports.com reports.
The surgery is a follow-up to the Tommy John procedure that Kline underwent in October 2015. The report goes on to state that the 25-year-old will resume his throwing program in three to four weeks. With his recent procedure, it's possible that Kline will not be ready for the beginning of the regular season.