Hello and happy Sunday.
The last time we saw Tyler Beede, he was looking much improved at Spring Training for the San Francisco Giants. And then he suffered a UCL injury, and needed Tommy John surgery, which ended his 2020 season before it started.
But we’ll see him in 2021, and it’s safe to say that most Giants fans are looking forward to it. Beede was recently on MLB Network Radio and gave an update on his rehab. He tempered expectations by saying he won’t be ready for Opening Day, but that he’s hoping to be rejoining the team in May, which would give him plenty of time to earn a spot in the rotation, and pitch for most of the year.
Beede also mentioned that he’s taking a month off to let the arm rest before the next step in his rehab, and that throwing bullpen sessions isn’t too far away.
Heal up, Beede. Looking forward to seeing you.
Old, random MCC article for you to read
Ranking destinations for Tim Lincecum (Jan. 28, 2016 — Doug Bruzzone)
- Marc Delucchi explores five potential trades with the Rangers (Around the Foghorn)
- Jeff Young on the Giants offseason approach coming into focus (Around the Foghorn)
- Matt Monagan on the video game creator who became Barry Bonds in the MVP Baseball game (MLB)
- Jeff Young on former Giant Enderson Franco signing in the KBO (Around the Foghorn)
How many days until Opening Day?
There are 130 days until Opening Day.
I hope your Sunday is tremendous.