TORONTO (AP) Blue Jays pitcher Neil Wagner will undergo Tommy John surgery next week to repair his right arm.
The surgery will be performed Aug. 19 by Dr. James Andrews, the team said in a release Tuesday.
Wagner, 30, is on the Blue Jays' 40-man roster. He split time between Toronto and Triple-A Buffalo this season prior to being placed on the disabled list.
The Minneapolis native...
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August 12, 2014
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Neil Wagner will visit Dr. James Andrews next week.
Out since mid-June with a strained forearm, Wagner threw just three pitches in a minor league rehab start with the GCL Blue Jays last Thursday before leaving with elbow pain.
The Blue Jays are concerned that the 30-year-old Wagner may have ligament damage which could lead to Tommy John surgery.
The Toronto Blue Jays picked up their second win in as many days on Monday night as J.A. Happ returned to the rotation with five scoreless innings. They'll continue their interleague series in Philadelphia tonight before heading home to host the Phillies for two games. The Blue Jays have a mountain of injuries throughout the team and we have updates for you on all of them. For...
That’s Blue Jays reliever Neil Wagner pitching tonight during the 8th inning of Toronto’s 3-2 win over Cleveland.