Suter pitched three scoreless innings and picked up his fourth win of the season in Tuesday's victory over the Reds.
Suter entered Tuesday in the fifth inning in relief of Adrian Houser, and although he found himself in jams in both his second and third frames, he kept the Reds off the scoreboard and picked up his fourth win in 17 days. Suter missed most of the season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, but he has been huge for the Brewers in September, allowing just one earned run in 17.1 innings (0.52 ERA) while posting a 0.58 WHIP and 14:1 K:BB.
Suter will not be allowed to pitch on back-to-back days this season, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
It has been a pretty remarkable recovery for Suter, who underwent Tommy John surgery on Aug. 1, 2018 and has made it back in time to be a weapon out of the bullpen for the surging Brewers. He has asked to be allowed to pitch on back-to-back days, but manager Craig Counsell said it was "doctor's orders" to give him a rest day following every appearance. Suter, who last pitched Tuesday, has a 0.73 ERA, 0.41 WHIP, 10 strikeouts and two wins in 12.1 innings (six appearances) since being activated at the start of the month.
Suter (2-0) earned the win Wednesday at Miami after allowing one hit over three scoreless innings. He struck out two and walked none.
The quick-working lefty made quick work of the Marlins' order, needing only 35 pitches to work through the three frames. Suter joined the big-league roster at the start of September -- only 13 months removed from Tommy John surgery -- and has given up only one run on five hits with seven strikeouts and zero walks over his first 9.1 innings.
Suter (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Sunday.
Suter underwent Tommy John surgery Aug. 1 last season and has been working his way back since. In his most recent rehab work, Suter has looked dominant, racking up 18 strikeouts across 11.2 scoreless frames with Triple-A San Antonio. He worked four innings and threw 57 pitches in his most recent outing, meaning he should be set to work long appearances -- or even as a spot starter -- for the team to close the season.
Suter (elbow) will be activated off the 60-day injured list Sunday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Suter has been on a rehab assignment over the past month and made his last four appearances with Triple-A San Antonio as he makes his way back from Tommy John surgery. The 30-year-old reached 57 pitches and covered four innings in his most recent outing, priming him for a long-relief role with the Brewers.
Suter (elbow) will be considered by the Brewers for a September callup, Rich Rovito of AP Sports reports.
Suter is pitching on a rehab assignment for Triple-A San Antonio, and although he was expected to miss the entire 2019 season while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, manager Craig Counsell revealed that the southpaw will at least be considered come September. If he activated, he'll likely pitch out of the bullpen.
Suter (elbow) threw two scoreless innings in a game with Triple-A San Antonio on Sunday.
Suter has steadily advanced through the Brewers' minor-league ranks while on the recovery path from Tommy John surgery, and he has reached what figures to be the final step of his rehab assignment. Suter has not yet thrown more than two innings nor 27 pitches in any of his five rehab appearances, so he figures to pitch in the minors at least a few more times. Barring any setbacks, though, it's looking like he will be an option for the big club at some point before the season comes to a close.
Suter (elbow) will advance his rehab assignment to Double-A Biloxi, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Suter began his rehab assignment with the Arizona League Brewers last week -- almost exactly one year after undergoing Tommy John surgery -- so this is extremely quick progress in his rehab stint. The 29-year-old never appeared likely to pitch in 2019 so quickly after surgery, but his recent progression suggests a possible return in September.
Suter (elbow) pitched a scoreless inning Monday for the Arizona League Brewers Blue team, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
This is an impressive achievement for Suter, who underwent Tommy John surgery nearly a year ago to the day. He figures to continue to pitch in the Arizona League for some time, as he'll need to build back up to a starting role. Despite his recent progress, Suter is unlikely to pitch in 2019.
Suter (elbow) has been cleared by surgeon Timothy Kremchek to begin facing batters in Arizona, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Suter continues to make progress on his way back from Tommy John surgery, and he'll now head to extended spring training in Arizona after being given the green light to face hitters. Though this is good news for the southpaw, he won't have a chance to play in the big leagues until the 2020 campaign.
Suter (elbow) could start facing hitters soon at the Brewers' spring training complex in Arizona, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
He is back with the team and will go to Cincinnati next week to have Dr. Timothy Kremchek analyze how his recovery from Tommy John surgery is going. If he is cleared, he will head to Arizona, but he still won't return to game action until 2020.
Suter (elbow) is slated to throw another bullpen session Saturday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Suter underwent Tommy John surgery in August of 2019, though he's already tossed three side sessions and is in line to throw his fourth over the weekend. He's expected to advance to throwing live batting practice as the All-Star break approaches.
Suter (elbow) was moved to the 60-day injured list Tuesday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The move makes room on the 40-man roster for the newly signed Mike Moustakas. It has no bearing on Suter's return timeline, as he underwent Tommy John surgery in August and will miss well more than the first 60 days of the season. He will likely sit out for the whole year.
Suter (elbow) will be restricted to throwing from 60 feet three times a week during spring training, Todd Rosiak and Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel report.
Now six and a half months removed from Tommy John surgery, Suter only recently began the first stage of his throwing program and will gradually increase the distance of his long toss before eventually advancing to mound work. Suter may have an outside chance to make it back from the injured list as a September callup, but the Brewers probably aren't realistically counting on any contributions from the southpaw at the big-league level this season.
Suter (elbow) has started playing catch, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
While Suter will likely miss nearly the entire 2019 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in August, it's a good sign that his rehab is going smoothly to this point. Expect further updates on the left-hander's status as he clears more hurdles on the road to recovery.
Suter (elbow) had Tommy John surgery in Cincinnati on Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Suter will spend the next few weeks at his home in Cincinnati prior to returning with the team. He's expected to miss most if not all of the 2019 campaign rehabbing from surgery.
Suter (torn UCL) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Thursday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
This opens up a 40-man roster spot for the recently acquired Joakim Soria. Suter is likely headed for Tommy John surgery and figures to miss the entire 2019 season.
Suter has a torn UCL and will likely need Tommy John surgery, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
Suter left his start Sunday with forearm tightness. That diagnosis often portends a more serious issue, and it appears that it has in this case. If Suter does indeed need surgery, he will likely miss the entire 2019 season. The lefty had been having a mediocre season for Milwaukee, tossing 101.1 innings with a 4.80 ERA. He was placed on the 10-day disabled list Monday.
Manager Craig Counsell expects Suter to land on the 10-day disabled list after suffering a left forearm strain Sunday against the Dodgers, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Suter will undergo an MRI sometime in the near future to determine the extend of the injury, but he'll likely require a stint on the disabled list. He suffered the same injury earlier in the year, although he managed to return after missing just one outing.
Suter was forced to exit Sunday's game due to left forearm tightness, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
This at least partially explains why Suter had a difficult time commanding his fastball in Sunday's start but it is still a concerning bit of news for the Brewers. It's the same injury that caused a disabled list stint just a few weeks ago, and the left-hander was thought to be in the clear following his activation. At this time, it's unclear if Suter will require another DL stint, but he's looking shaky for Friday's start.
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