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Astros Reliever Expected to Miss All 2024 After Surgery

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The Houston Astros will head into the 2024 season down a viable piece in their bullpen. Astros GM, Dana Brown, announced that the righty will miss the entirety of the 2024 season after undergoing right shoulder surgery.


Graveman, 33, has been a familiar face in Houston since the 2021 season. The team has traded for him twice and has pitched to a 2.78 ERA in his two tenures with the club. Last season, Graveman was acquired at the deadline from the White Sox. His 2023 season saw a mini breakout season for Graveman, pitching to a 2.42 ERA once arriving in the Space City.


This will certainly be a missing piece to a Houston club who hopes to keep their winning ways continuing. Houston has now reengaged in the free agent market for relievers, with Hector Neris being a named tossed around.


Per covers.com, Houston finished 6th in the league in bullpen ERA. With Graveman missing the 2024 season, they will need to pivot to a much higher need to keep up their dominance regarding their bullpen.

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