Hunter Harvey

Examination of Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey's sore elbow finds no structural damage

Examination of Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey's sore elbow finds no structural damage

A follow-up appointment Monday in Baltimore to examine Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey’s surgically repaired right elbow revealed no structural damage or changes, meaning his recent discomfort is a result of tendinitis, according to industry sources.

Harvey, the 2013 first-round draft pick who entered this season as the team’s top pitching prospect despite years of injuries that kept him off the mound, stopped throwing last week at the team complex in Sarasota, Fla., after feeling discomfort, the latest setback in what has been another lost season.

The Orioles had Harvey compete for a major league roster spot out of spring training despite a light workload as he...

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