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Dec 20, 2017
Zach Britton suffered a torn Achilles tendon while working out yesterday in California. The recovery time is at least 6 months, so he will certainly miss the start of the season. Once cleared to throw, he will need 1-2 months to start his throwing program.

Player Injury Hot Spots
Total Injuries
Last 12 Months
6
Total Injuries
Last 3 Years
8
Injury
Description
Date
ACHILLES
Grade 4 complete ligament tear (low or high), complete tendon tear, fracture, dislocation
12/20/2017
KNEE
Grade 2 ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL, Grade 2 tendonitis, bone contusion, cartilage tear
09/20/2017
KNEE
Grade 1 ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL, sprain, Grade 1 tendonitis, cartilage contusion
08/23/2017
FOREARM
Grade 2 strain, tweak (biceps, triceps, common extensor/flexor muscle group)
06/07/2017
FOREARM
Grade 3 strain, tweak (biceps, triceps, common extensor/flexor muscle group), with or without partial tear
04/15/2017
OBLIQUE
Grade 1 strain of core muscle (obliques, rectus abdominis)
02/28/2017
ANKLE
Grade 1 ligament sprain (low or high ankle sprain), Grade 1 tendonitis, tweak
04/30/2016
LAT
Grade 1 paraspinal muscle strain
09/23/2015

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