Two-way player broadcasting Brendan McKay The research team informed reporters (including Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times). He is expected to start pitching in early February and the team remains hopeful he can be ready for the tightrope before the start of Spring Training. The club added that the focus of his recovery will be on pitching.
If everything goes according to plan, it’s unlikely the procedure will impact McKay’s health at the start of the 2022 campaign. That said, it’s another unfortunate traumatic development in the coming year. a series of recent health problems. Southpaw missed the shortened 2020 season because of a shoulder problem that eventually required surgery. That kept him inactive until the end of June of this year. Just a couple of outings in a minor league rehab, he’s already strained the flexor muscle in his forearm and once again proves the season is over.
Injuries have limited the former No. 4 player’s overall draft pick to 49 MLB plays, all of which return in 2019. McKay’s situation with the club could be complicated by the state of the team. his figure, as he is currently not expected to have minor league picks. In that case, the team will need to put him on the active roster (or major league injury list) for the whole season or risk losing him if exempt. Topkin reported in the first day of this month that the Rays expected them to be granted the fourth pick of the year because of McKay’s repetitive injury problems. That will allow the team to shuttle him between Tampa and Triple-A Durham through the end of next season.
https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2021/11/brendan-mckay-undergoes-thoracic-outlet-surgery.html Brendan McKay performed thoracic outlet surgery