Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 week ago

Corbin (elbow) threw his first bullpen session Tuesday since having Tommy John surgery last March, the Arizona Republic reports.

The session Tuesday included 20 pitches -- all fastballs -- and Corbin is expected to progress through adding changeups before working breaking pitches back into the mix. The Diamondbacks are hoping to get Corbin back into their rotation in June, which will likely follow a complete 30-day rehab assignment in the minor leagues as he stretches out following the long absence.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 2 months ago

Corbin (elbow) has been playing catch from 105 feet at the Diamondbacks' Spring Training Facility, Steve Gilbert of the Arizona Republic reports.Corbin missed the entire 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery. Although the recovery time is normally 12 months, the team sees Corbin's recovery more as a 15-month plan. He'll continue moving back 15 feet every week until he hits 150 feet. He went 14-8 with a 3.41 ERA in 2013.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 5 months ago

The D-backs remain hopeful that Corbin (elbow) will be ready to return to their rotation by June, the Arizona Republic reports.

Even though Corbin had Tommy John surgery in late March, the expectations from the team have consistently pointed to a return closer to 14 months than 12. The typical range is 12-to-18 months, and the D-backs lack pitching depth on the big league roster, so ensuring that Corbin is brought along carefully is easy to rationalize.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 7 months ago

Corbin (elbow) may not be ready to pitch for the Diamondbacks until June of next season, Scott Bordow of the Arizona Republic reports.

Manager Kirk Gibson said Wednesday that the Diamondbacks are proceeding conservatively with their treatment of Corbin, who underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery on Mar. 25. With Corbin's long-term interests in mind, the Diamondbacks have already ruled him out from returning to the Opening Day rotation, and will look to manage his innings in 2015 as he returns from a major procedure. As the pitching staff currently stands, Wade Miley looks poised to enter next season as the Diamondbacks' ace.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Diamondbacks placed LHP Patrick Corbin on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to March 19, with a torn left elbow ligament.

Corbin underwent Tommy John surgery last week. The D'Backs will hope to get him back early on in the 2015 season.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Patrick Corbin (elbow) underwent Tommy John surgery Tuesday.

The surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews. Corbin will miss the entire 2013 season and might be a bit behind at the start of 2014. However, he still has a very promising future.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Patrick Corbin (elbow) will visit with Dr. James Andrews on Monday.

A previous report from Jack Magruder of FOXSportsArizona.com said that Corbin was having Tommy John surgery Monday, but no decision has been made yet and he's merely going for a consultation. Still, with damage to his ulnar collateral ligament, surgery feels inevitable.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Patrick Corbin is scheduled to undergo Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on Monday.

The procedure will be performed by Dr. James Andrews. Corbin tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow in a March 15 Cactus League game and can be ruled out for the entire 2014 season. He might also need a late start to the 2015 campaign.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports that Tommy John surgery has been recommended to Patrick Corbin (elbow).

He'll get a second opinion this week before making a final decision, but season-ending surgery looks to be a given. The loss of Corbin is a massive one for the D'Backs, who will now likely go to Randall Delgado to fill out their rotation. Top prospect Archie Bradley also figures to spend plenty of time in the majors this year.

Patrick Corbin SP ARI 1 year ago

Patrick Corbin said Sunday that he will decide after a second opinion this week whether to rehab or undergo Tommy John surgery to repair a partial tear of his ulnar collateral ligament.

It would be shocking if he chooses rehab, as it's something that simply doesn't work. Corbin revealed that he's been nursing some elbow tightness all spring but had chalked it up to fatigue. The issue came to a head in his last outing, when the pain became too much during Corbin's final three pitches.