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SportsWatch: Blue Jays' Mayza brought to tears after suffering elbow injury

12:35  14 september  2019
12:35  14 september  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Young Blue Jays learn from Guerrero's ejection in 7-4 loss to Astros

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Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Tim Mayza was removed from Friday's game against the New York Yankees in the 10th inning after he injured himself during a The Jays announced that Mayza left the game with an elbow injury and he's currently being evaluated, according to TSN's Scott Mitchell.

Mayza ( elbow ) was placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday. Mayza will miss the rest of this season and all of the next while recovering from Tommy John surgery, a Mayza left Friday's game against the Yankees after suffering a left elbow injury , Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca reports.

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Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Tim Mayza was removed from Friday's game against the New York Yankees in the 10th inning after he injured himself during a wild throw.

Mayza crumpled to the ground in obvious pain before he was visited by a trainer, Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo, and several of his teammates.

The Jays announced that Mayza left the game with an elbow injury and he's currently being evaluated, according to TSN's Scott Mitchell.

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Toronto Blue Jays reliever Tim Mayza suffered a torn UCL during Friday’s game against the New York Yankees and will require Tommy John surgery on his left elbow . After missing a 3-2 pitch to Didi Gregorius by a comfortable margin, Mayza hit the deck immediately to indicate he was hurt.

The Blue Jays confirmed Mayza had suffered a left elbow injury . He left the stadium to undergo an MRI. Friday's game marked Mayza 's team-high 68th appearance of the year, tied for fourth most in the American League, though he has had at least two days off after his previous four appearances.

Montoyo said Mayza is going for an MRI and that he immediately knew the pitcher was done "for now," according to the Toronto Star's Laura Armstrong.

Mayza entered Friday's game with a 1-3 record and 4.91 ERA in 67 appearances.

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