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Braves LHP Max Fried (hamstring) remains day-to-day, according to manager Brian Snitker.
Fried suffered a hamstring strain last week and it sounds as if he isn't quite ready to return just yet. Fantasy managers should keep him stashed in an IL slot for now.
The Braves placed LHP Max Fried on the 10-day injured list with a strained hamstring.
Fried sustained the injury while having the worst starts of his career on Tuesday night. This at least gives the young southpaw a chance to sit back and re-evaluate what hasn't been working so far this season. It's been rough start, but fantasy managers need to keep him stashed in an IL spot.
Max Fried pitched four innings against the Marlins Tuesday, allowing nine hits, eight runs (seven earned), and two walks while striking out three batters. He threw 86 pitches, 56 for strikes. It was his first loss of the year and he carries an 11.45 ERA thus far. It's worth noting that Fried is going to get an MRI on his right hamstring because he felt something while running from second to third in the fourth inning.
Something is not right, obviously, but there has been nothing mentioned thus far, aside from the new hamstring issue. In his last outing, he lasted two innings. Fantasy managers stay tuned for any news.
Max Fried underwent a precautionary MRI on his right hamstring after his start against the Marlins on Tuesday. Fried felt something in his hamstring while running from second to third in his final at-bat.
Fried had a rough go of it on Tuesday, giving up 7 earned runs in 4 innings. Trouble with a hamstring and going in for an MRI likely only added to Fried's frustration with the outing. We'll continue monitoring reports on Fried's MRI as they come out.
Max Fried pitched two innings Wednesday, shortened by a poor outing and taking a liner off of his lower right leg, allowed eight hits, five runs (all earned), and one walk while recording three strikeouts.
Fried is fine and will make his next scheduled start, but was removed as a precaution plus the fact he was having a bad day on the mound. He'll bounce back.