Harvey (biceps) threw a scoreless inning while notching one strikeout Friday against the Tigers.
He did not allow a hit or a walk in his first game back after missing almost two weeks with biceps soreness. Harvey should pitch in high-leverage situations over the rest of the season and could challenge Mychal Givens for saves in 2020.
Harvey (biceps) said Wednesday that he hopes to return to game action this weekend in Detroit, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
The right-hander has been out of action for more than a week due to an injury, which he revealed to be biceps soreness. He made it through a 15-pitch bullpen session Tuesday and said it went well, but Harvey will be worth monitoring down the stretch after all the missed time over the years. He projects as a possible closer in 2020 if his health finally cooperates.
Harvey has been dealing with soreness and is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Tuesday, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
Manager Brandon Hyde didn't disclose the location of Harvey's soreness, but the right-hander's side session Tuesday is expected to determine his availability for Baltimore's series against the Dodgers.
Harvey claimed his first big-league win after striking out two in a perfect eighth inning Tuesday in the Orioles' 4-1 win over the Royals.
Harvey has only made two appearances since receiving the call to the big leagues last weekend and may have already secured a key late-inning role for the Orioles. He's allowed just one baserunner through his first two innings, retiring four of the seven hitters he's faced via strikeout. That small sample might be enough for Harvey to garner trust from manager Brandon Hyde while few other intriguing relief arms remain at the skipper's disposal.
Harvey was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk prior to Saturday's game in Boston.
Once an elite pitching prospect, injuries have led to a lot of the shine coming off the 24-year-old righty. He worked as a starter at Double-A this year but has been a reliever at Triple-A, which is the role he is expected to assume in the big leagues. Harvey logged a 4.32 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 22 strikeouts in 16.2 innings with Norfolk.
Harvey has been promoted to Triple-A Norfolk, where he will pitch out of the bullpen, David Hall of The Viginian-Pilot reports.
At this point in his development, Harvey seems more appealing as a potential closer in waiting than as a starting pitching prospect, and he will continue on that track at the highest level of the minors. Harvey pitched nine scoreless innings of relief at Double-A Bowie, allowing one hit while striking out 11. He could reach the majors late this season or early next season and could soon prove to be Baltimore's best reliever on the strength of a plus fastball and plus curveball.
Harvey will begin the season with Double-A Bowie, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
Harvey gave up two runs on two hits in two innings of work in the Orioles' spring training and was later optioned to Triple-A spring training camp, so it's no surprise that the 24-year-old will transition to Double-A to start the year. Harvey struggled in his 32 innings last season in Bowie, posting a 5.57 ERA, so he needs to show consistent production in order to move up in the organization.
Harvey was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Sunday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey started nine games (32.1 innings) for Double-A Bowie in 2018 with a 5.57 ERA and 1.40 WHIP, so there was no guarantee he would be promoted to start this season. The 24-year-old has been limited to 63.2 innings since 2014 due to injuries but could seemingly find his way to the majors in 2019 if he showcases well at Norfolk.
Harvey (forearm/shoulder) threw a short live batting practice Monday, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
Harvey faced hitters for the first time since June. He threw half as many pitches as other Orioles pitchers, as the team is being cautious with a player who has been hit with a long list of injuries. The 24-year-old only made nine starts last season, though that represented his highest number since 2014.
Harvey (forearm/shoulder) said Saturday that he has felt good physically during his winter throwing program, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey added that he hired a personal trainer this offseason with the hope of stabilizing his right shoulder and avoiding the arm-related setbacks that have stalled his development. While contending with shoulder problems in addition to a forearm strain in 2018, Harvey covered just 32.1 innings, all at Double-A Bowie. That innings total actually exceeded his combined output from the previous two seasons combined, so he'll almost certainly face a workload limitation of some sort during the upcoming campaign.
Harvey (elbow, shoulder) will resume a throwing program in December, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey experienced elbow soreness in mid-September during the instructional league but fortunately didn't suffer any sort of major injury. At the time of his latest setback, he had been recovering from a shoulder injury that forced him to shut it down for the rest of the 2018 season back in early June. Kubatko added that Harvey's elbow "feels good" at the moment, though it's hard to be completely confident in the 23-year-old due to his injury history.
Harvey is not dealing with any new elbow issues, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Harvey experienced elbow soreness while throwing in the instructional league last week, but a visit to team doctors Monday revealed no structural damage. The soreness is related to the same elbow tendinitis which has bothered him since late August. Harvey is battling that issue in addition to a dislocated shoulder which shut him down in early June.
Harvey (shoulder) is scheduled to see team doctors Monday, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Harvey has been dealing with elbow soreness since Tuesday, and although the extent of the injury has yet to be revealed, more news on his status should emerge after further evaluation.
Harvey (shoulder) experienced elbow soreness while throwing in the instructional league Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Injuries are nothing new for Harvey, who has been limited to 63.2 innings over the last four seasons. His 32.1 innings for Double-A Bowie this season represent his highest total since 2014, but he's had a long list of issues this year as well. He's now on his third setback in his recovery from his latest injury, a dislocated shoulder suffered back in early June. He first battled forearm stiffness and has now dealt with elbow tendinitis and elbow soreness. The severity of this latest issue is not yet clear.
Harvey (shoulder) is on the Orioles' instructional league roster, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey hasn't pitched since early June after dislocating his shoulder. He suffered a pair of setbacks in August and seemed to be potentially shut down for the season, though now it appears that he'll throw at least a few innings in the fall.
Harvey (shoulder) will remain shut down for one more week before resuming a throwing program, MASN Sports reports.
Harvey has been out since early June with a shoulder injury. He suffered a pair of setbacks in August, first with forearm stiffness and then with elbow tendinitis. Injuries are nothing new for the 23-year-old, who hasn't made more than nine starts in a season since 2014. The minor-league playoffs will be over by the time Harvey is ready for game action, so he'll have plenty of time to rest his arm before spring training.
Harvey (shoulder) was diagnosed with mild tendinitis in his elbow after suffering a minor setback during a recent throwing session, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey continues to be snake-bitten by injuries as this latest setback occurred just weeks after he dealt with a little forearm stiffness. Through all of this, he's been sidelined since the beginning of June with a shoulder issue. The club has yet to remark on a timetable for his eventual return, but fortunately, he avoided any further complications and should be able to resume throwing soon.
Harvey (shoulder) will resume his throwing program Monday after being temporarily shut down due to forearm stiffness, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Harvey had been working his way back to action after being shut down for nearly a month with a shoulder injury. The forearm issue was reportedly unrelated and apparently minor, as he wasn't shelved long, but it will further delay his return to the mound and add one more item to Harvey's long injury history.
Harvey (shoulder) is close to returning to game action, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
While he is listed as active at Double-A Bowie, Harvey has not pitched in a game since June 1 due to a shoulder injury. It would be a big accomplishment for the oft-injured righty to return in short order and stay healthy through the final five weeks of the minor-league season. He has a 5.57 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 30 strikeouts in 32.1 innings this season at Double-A.
Harvey (shoulder) played catch Tuesday, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Harvey has been out since June 8 with a shoulder injury. He's now resumed his throwing program, but it's unclear when he'll be back to game action.
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