Mike Minor’s Shoulder Injury
A shoulder injury that Mike Minor have will force him to miss the remaining part of the season, Mike began his season on the 15- day disabled list which he joined on April 5, after he was sidelined after he experienced some soreness during his spring training.
The struggle he had during the spring training lead to Braves acquiring of right hander Trevor Cahill on April 2 from Arizona, Shelby Miller and Eric Stults to the rotation in the off season.
Due to the shoulder soreness, there has been a big decline in his previous performance, he finished 6-12 with a 4.77 ERA compared to his 2013 performance when he was 13-9 with a 3.21 ERA.
The 27 year old Mike, had previously attempted to join the Atlanta rotation, but all was in vein after the discomfort resulting from the shoulder injury endured when he endeavor to rise up his throwing program.
The report says that Mike was in the braves clubhouse before the game that was to be played on Sunday against the Mets though he did not converse with the media. But the information that Hart provided concerning Mike is, he went back to see the team doctor in Atlanta then he will go back to Florida for throwing program.
Multiple report that have reached us is, the team on Thursday announced that Mike underwent surgery in Los Angeles the previous day to repair the labrum in his left shoulder.
Multiple exams that have been performed on his left shoulder last year and seconded this year, and the report expose that no any structural injure. From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, they report that this week’s surgery will be investigative.
While Mike is undergoing recovery he will be expected to return and begin his spring training next year.
Posted by Tim Mathews 8/12/15