Hyun Jin Ryu
SP - TOR - IL60
Hyun Jin Ryu had successful Tommy John surgery and will miss the next 12-18 months of play.
The surgery was apparently a “revision UCL reconstruction with a flexor tendon repair” which essentially translates to a full Tommy John surgery. He will miss the rest of this season and is at risk of missing a significant portion of next season too. He may have played his last games with Toronto as 2023 is the last year on his 4-year, $80 million contract.
Blue Jays starter Hyun Jin Ryu is having elbow surgery and is done for the season.
This does not come as a surprise. Ryu has been sidelined since June 2nd with forearm inflammation. It was the second time this season he was on the IL with that injury. It is not yet known whether the lefty needs Tommy John surgery or just a partial revision. Either way, he's done for the rest of this season and much of next year as well.
SP Hyun Jin Ryu is expected to miss significant time with a forearm injury. He is still gathering multiple opinions on how to approach a recovery.
It was noted earlier in the week that Ryu had some elbow issues as well, and it makes sense as his fastball velocity has dropped significantly as of late. There isn't a concrete timeline on a return at the moment, but expect Ryu to be out of action for a while.
Hyun Jin Ryu will be on the injured list for multiple weeks with a forearm strain and elbow inflammation.
Ryu was placed on the 15-day IL on Thursday after leaving Wednesday's start early. The Blue Jays are still waiting for a few more doctors opinions. It sounds like Ryu will be sidelined at least till the end of the month.
Hyun Jin Ryu was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday with left forearm inflammation.
Ryu suffered the injury in Wednesday's start against the White Sox. It is a tough break as Ryu had been pitching a lot better the past few weeks after a rough first couple of starts. Ross Stripling is expected to fill his spot in the starting rotation.