ST. PETERSBURG, Florida—Orioles left-hander pitcher Josh Rogers underwent ulnar collateral ligament revision surgery on Wednesday, manager Brandon Hyde said.
The surgery was performed in Arlington, Texas by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Keith Meisner.
Rogers had Tommy John surgery in 2013.
Acquired from the New York Yankees in July 2018 along with pitchers Cody Carroll and Dillon Tate in exchange for Zack Britton, Rogers is 1-3 with an 8.65 ERA in eight games with the Orioles. This season, he was 0-1 with an 8.79 ERA in five games.
He’s expected to miss at least a year.
Stewart on the mend: Outfielder DJ Stewart, who’s been on the 10-day injured list since June 6 with a sprained right ankle, is headed to Double-A Bowie to continue his rehab, Hyde said.