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Blue Jays pitcher Nate Pearson (groin) threw a bullpen session Thursday.
Pearson threw off the mound for the first time since injuring his groin in mid-March. “From from what I hear he was fine,” said Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo. Pearson will continue on a throwing program and could return by the end of April. Ross Stripling will continue to serve in the rotation while Pearson is sidelined.
Blue Jays pitcher Nate Pearson (groin) hasn’t thrown off a mound yet.
Pearson reportedly was scheduled to throw off the mound Friday, but it appears his bullpen session will be delayed further. There is no timetable for his return and Pearson remains day-to-day. Stay tuned.
Blue Jays pitching prospect Nate Pearson (groin) is set to throw a bullpen session on Friday.
Pearson recently re-aggravated his groin injury but it's good news that he's already ready to throw. He could be in the big leagues by the end of April if all goes well.
The Blue Jays placed RHP Nate Pearson on the 10-day IL with a right adductor strain.
The top prospect dealt with a groin strain this spring but the good news is he recently resumed throwing. He could be an option for the Blue Jays' rotation by the end of April. One of the top pitching prospects in baseball, Pearson has big-time upside but questions remain about his ability to hold up as a starting pitcher.
Blue Jays starting pitcher Nate Pearson is throwing and will have a bullpen session "within" days as he is "recovering exceptionally well," according to Ross Atkins.
Pearson earned 16 strikeouts in 18 innings pitched during the 2020 season, which was his rookie year. Currently listed second on the Blue Jays depth chart for starting pitching, Pearson looks to hold his position as we get closer to Opening Day.