Twins' Trevor May Diagnosed With Torn Ligament in Elbow

Trevor May pitching for the Twins during a Spring Training game. Photo: KSTP/Jeff Brioschi
Trevor May pitching for the Twins during a Spring Training game.

March 11, 2017 12:02 PM

The Minnesota Twins announced on Saturday morning that right-handed pitcher Trevor May has been diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament.

May will get a second opinion, but if the injury is confirmed, he would likely undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. May had pitched out of the Twins' bullpen over the last two seasons, but was competing for a spot in the starting rotation at Twins Spring Training in Ft. Myers.

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