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Mariners Pitcher Undergoes Tommy John Surgery, Will Miss All of 2024


Seattle Mariners right-handed pitcher Matt Brash underwent Tommy John surgery. Per, Adam Jude of the Seattle Times on X. Mariners general manager Justin Hollander confirmed the report surrounding Matt Brash. The Mariners expect him to be out until mid-June of 2025.


Matt Brash had a ligament repaired. In addition to that, he had a brace installed. This is very unfortunate news for Matt Brash and the Mariners. Also for baseball, it’s another pitcher who will have season ending surgery.


This was Brash’s third season at the major league level. He hasn’t pitched at all this year. Last season Matt Brash was a workhorse for the Mariners out of the bullpen. In 78 appearances, Brash had a 9-4 record, 3.06 ERA, just 3 walks, 107 strikeouts, and a 1.330 WHIP.


There’s no question that the Mariners have one of the best all around pitching staffs in all of baseball. Matt Brash is going to be a huge loss. Anytime a team loses a pitcher like Matt Brash, their whole pitching staff is going to take a hit. Especially a team like the Mariners who are going to be competing for a playoff spot.

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