Blue Jays’ Alek Manoah unlikely to pitch again at any level this season: Source

Blue Jays’ Alek Manoah unlikely to pitch again at any level this season: Source

TORONTO — Alek Manoah has not pitched for more than a month and it is becoming increasingly unlikely he will pitch again in a professional game at any level this season, according to a major-league source with knowledge of the situation. Sportsnet first reported the news on Monday.
This latest development likely concludes what has been a disappointing campaign for the 25-year-old pitcher. Manoah began this season as the Blue Jays’ Opening Day starter but performance struggles led to his being optioned to the minor leagues twice. In 19 starts with Toronto, Manoah had a 5.87 ERA and 1.740…


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