HUNTER HARVEY: Report says missed 10th start due to non-pitching shoulder injury

Published Friday, June 8th, 2018


BALTIMORE – A non-pitching injury has sidelined former Bandys High star Hunter Harvey, who was scratched from his 10th straight of the season on Friday night by the Bowie (Md.) Baysox.

The Baltimore Sun is reporting Harvey’s shoulder popped out of socket when he made a quick move to avoid a ball hit into the Bowie dugout.

It’s unclear how long Harvey could miss but the Sun story said about two weeks.

Harvey — who was being held to an innings count this season because injuries had prevented him from pitching more than 19 innings in any one year since his first full pro season in 2014.

As of late Friday night, Harvey remained list as “active” on the Baysox roster and the Eastern League transactions for Friday did not list him as being on the disabled list.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *