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Mike Soroka flawless in his first rehab start

It’s the first time Soroka has pitched in a live game in more than a year, and it couldn’t have been more special to see a guy bounce back from multiple Achilles surgeries in this fashion. Although this is extremely encouraging, Soroka still hasn’t started a major-league game in over two years; the club will certainly take it slow with the 25-year-old righty.
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Fantasy Baseball Injury Rankings: Top 32 IL stashes as Jack Flaherty, Mike Soroka continue rehab assignments

If you've been paying attention to this list all season long, you'll notice it's down to 32 names instead of the usual 40. Yes, much has happened (some good, some bad) to bring it down to size. We've seen the successful returns of Jacob deGrom and Mitch Haniger from their long-term injuries, with Dustin May soon to follow. We've also seen Walker Buehler's, Fernando Tatis' and Chris Sale's seasons abruptly ended, the latter two having nothing to do with what landed them on the IL.
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Mike Soroka on fire pitching rehab game in Rome

The second or third biggest thing happening with the Atlanta Braves was going on at AdventHealth Stadium in Rome on Tuesday evening. The Class-A ballpark was where Braves pitcher Mike Soroka made his first rehab start as the tries to come back from back-to-back Achilles injuries.
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Fantasy Baseball Injury Rankings: Top 30 IL stashes as Jack Flaherty, Mike Soroka begin rehab assignments

If you've been paying attention to this list all season long, you'll notice it's down to 30 names instead of the usual 40. Yes, much has happened (some good, some bad) to bring it down to size. We've seen the successful returns of Jacob deGrom and Mitch Haniger from their long-term injuries, with Dustin May soon to follow. We've also seen Walker Buehler's, Fernando Tatis' and Chris Sale's seasons abruptly ended, the latter two having nothing to do with what landed them on the IL.
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What are the odds Mike Soroka pitches for the Braves this season?

In case you’re still recovering from a long weekend and missed the news, Mike Soroka will pitch in a live game for the first time in over a year with the Rome Braves on Tuesday. His rehab assignment is officially set to begin, but I’m urging fans to temper expectations.
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Mike Soroka brings the heat during rehab start with Rome Braves

ROME, Ga. - Mike Soroka took a big step forward in his continued rehab efforts. The right-hander, who turned 25 earlier this month, made a rehab start with the High-A Rome Braves. Soroka, who has been recovering from multiple Achilles tendon tears since 2020, pitched one hit and eight strikeouts...
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Update: Mike Soroka set to begin rehab assignment

After suffering back-to-back Achilles injuries, Soroka hasn’t pitched in a major-league game since 2022, and despite this encouraging update, I’m not sure that will change this season. Soroka coming back for the postseason run was always going to be a long shot. The goal was always to get...
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Braves' Mike Soroka: Slated to begin rehab assignment

Soroka (Achilles) will begin a rehab assignment at High-A Rome on Tuesday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka resumed facing hitters in early July, but his recovery process was slowed when he was hit in the knee by a comebacker while pitching in live batting practice. The right-hander will likely require a fairly lengthy rehab assignment and isn't expected to rejoin the major-league club until at least September.
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Braves receive positive updates regarding Ozzie Albies and Mike Soroka

The trade deadline just passed, and the Braves patched up most of their holes, but they could also have several reinforcements join them down the final stretch. Kirby Yates is very close to a return as he continues to rehab with the Gwinnett Stripers. I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw him within the next couple of weeks, and today, the Braves received two positive updates regarding a couple of former All-Stars, Mike Soroka and Ozzie Albies.
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Braves' Mike Soroka: Nearing simulated games

Manager Brian Snitker said Thursday that Soroka (Achilles) is expected to pitch in simulated games soon, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Soroka was facing hitters in early July, but his recovery process slowed when he was hit in the knee by a comebacker while throwing live batting practice. The right-hander isn't expected to return from the injured list until at least September, and a timetable for him to begin a rehab assignment will likely be discussed once he's pitched in simulated games.
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