BREAKING: ANOTHER Orioles Starter Out For Season After Tommy-John Surgery

Tyler Wells, John Means, and Felix Bautista are all out for the season. 

Now, another one of their elite starters, Kyle Bradish, joins the group as it has been announced that he has also undergone Tommy John surgery and will miss the remainder of the season.

Bradish, who finished fourth in Cy Young award voting last season, was in the midst of another fantastic season, recording a stellar 2.75 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, and 53 strikeouts across 39.1 innings and eight starts.

The 27-year-old missed the first five weeks of the season after suffering a UCL sprain near the end of spring training. He was forced to leave his latest start against the Philadelphia Phillies after five innings due to injury, which was later confirmed to be another UCL sprain.

Last season, Bradish finished fourth in Cy Young voting after posting an impressive 2.83 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 168 strikeouts across 168.2 innings and 30 starts.

It's another brutal blow to the Orioles and their pitching staff, but the team still holds a strong 47-25 record, good enough for second in the AL East and in the American League, behind only the New York Yankees.

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