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Gavin Floyd | Starting Pitcher

Team: Cleveland Indians
Age / DOB:  (32) / 1/27/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'5" / 245
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
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Indians placed RHP Gavin Floyd on the 60-day disabled list with a right elbow fracture.
He had surgery three weeks ago and is expected to miss the entire season. Floyd is on a one-year contract, so he'll hit free agency again over the winter. Apr 5 - 1:55 PM

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Gavin Floyd (elbow) will begin range-of-motion exercises in two weeks.

Floyd had surgery on Tuesday to repair a re-break of the right olecranon bone in his elbow. The Indians are saying only he's out indefinitely at this point, but he's expected to miss the entire season.
Mar 19 - 9:55 PM

Gavin Floyd will undergo surgery on his injured right elbow Tuesday at the Cleveland Clinic.

Dr. Thomas Graham and Dr. Mark Shickendantz will perform the procedure -- a re-fixation of the right olecranon bone in Floyd's right elbow. Floyd has been limited to 14 starts over the past two seasons due to chronic elbow issues and he can probably now be written off for all of 2015. The 32-year-old right-hander signed a one-year, $4 million free agent contract with the Indians in December.
Mar 16 - 1:16 PM

Gavin Floyd (elbow) will be sent to receive a second opinion.

Floyd re-fractured the olecranon bone in his right elbow and is in the process of determining the next course of action. Surgery would surely end the right-hander's season. "This is a major thing for his career, and you don't want to rush into anything," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "I think he had a day or two to kind of take a deep breath, and now he's on the next step of how he's going to get fixed."
Mar 12 - 6:28 PM

Gavin Floyd has suffered a re-injury of the stress fracture in his right elbow.

Awful news for Floyd, who saw his 2014 season come to an end due to a stress fracture in the elbow. He's currently mulling over his options, which includes surgery. It was a risk for the Indians to guarantee $4 million to Floyd given his recent history and now it has come back to bite them. With Floyd sidelined, Danny Salazar and T.J. House now appear to be the favorites for the final two spots in the Indians' rotation.
Mar 10 - 1:21 PM

Gavin Floyd is undergoing an MRI on his right elbow.

Floyd was scratched from his Cactus League debut Sunday due to discomfort in his throwing arm. The Indians are hoping that it's just some general spring soreness, but they'll make sure before pushing him further. Floyd made only nine starts last year due to elbow trouble. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013.
Mar 9 - 12:58 PM

Gavin Floyd (general soreness) will long-toss on Sunday.

Floyd recently had to halt a live batting practice session after feeling some soreness in a different part of his arm than was operated on last June. The right-hander has expressed optimism that it's merely "normal" spring training soreness, but we'll have to see how he recovers over the next several days.
Mar 8 - 3:04 PM

Gavin Floyd had to halt a live batting practice session on Wednesday after seven pitches due to "general soreness."

Floyd isn't concerned, but his next step has yet to be determined. Indians manager Terry Francona noted that the soreness the righty is experiencing is in a different spot than was operated on last June. If Floyd were get a late start to the season, Danny Salazar and T.J. House could both be penciled into the Indians' rotation.
Mar 6 - 11:14 AM

Gavin Floyd (elbow) successfully made it through his first live batting practice session on Sunday without issue.

It's the first time that the veteran right-hander had faced a live hitter since sustaining his elbow injury in June. Floyd wound up throwing around 50 pitches including warm-ups and came away from the session feeling good. He'll repeat the exercise again on Wednesday.
Source: MLB.com
Mar 1 - 8:47 PM

Gavin Floyd (elbow) is only slightly behind the other Indians pitchers at the beginning of spring training.

Floyd underwent surgery last June to repair a fractured olecranon in his right elbow. The Indians are just proceeding extra cautiously here, as he's expected to be in game action by the second week of March and ready to roll on Opening Day. Floyd has already been promised a spot in the Tribe's rotation.
Feb 19 - 7:38 PM

Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said Tuesday that the newly-signed Gavin Floyd has a spot in the rotation locked up.

It's not a surprise, but it's nice to have some clarity. Antonetti said that Floyd will join Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer in the rotation, leaving Danny Salazar, T.J. House, Zach McAllister and Josh Tomlin to battle for the final spot in spring training. Salazar has to be considered the favorite.
Tue, Dec 16, 2014 08:28:00 PM

Indians signed RHP Gavin Floyd to a one-year, $4 million contract.

Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish says the deal includes $6 million in performance-based bonuses. Floyd was limited to nine starts in 2014 due to a fractured olecranon in his right elbow. He also underwent Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery in 2013. But the expectation is that Floyd will be fully healthy by the start of the 2015 season, and there's a chance he'll wind up being a nice addition for the Tribe.
Tue, Dec 16, 2014 04:16:00 PM

Gavin Floyd (elbow) is throwing at nearly full strength.

Floyd made only nine starts for the Braves in 2014 before suffering a fractured olecranon in his right elbow and he underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013, but the expectation is that he'll be 100 percent recovered heading into spring training next February. The free agent right-hander could be a nice bargain for some team this winter.
Mon, Nov 10, 2014 09:10:00 AM

Braves activated RHP Gavin Floyd from the 60-day disabled list.

Floyd pitched pretty well after returning from Tommy John surgery but unfortunately saw his season cut short due to surgery in June to repair a fractured olecranon in his right elbow. He'll be a free agent this offseason and is expected to be healthy for spring training.
Fri, Oct 31, 2014 09:15:00 AM

Gavin Floyd (elbow) will not throw before October after having a checkup with Dr. David Altchek on Tuesday.

Coming back from surgery in June to repair a fractured olecranon in his right elbow, Floyd is expected to be fine for spring training. He'll be a free agent this winter. "He will increase his exercise program but won’t throw for six weeks," Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. "But (Braves head trainer Jeff Porter) seems to think it’s normal and doesn’t see any reason he can’t be ready to pitch in spring training, because it’s nothing to do with Tommy John, it’s just the bone."
Wed, Aug 27, 2014 09:34:00 AM

Depth Charts

Batters
PosRoleName
C1Yan Gomes
2Roberto Perez
1B1Carlos Santana
2B1Jason Kipnis
SS1Francisco Lindor
2Mike Aviles
3B1Giovanny Urshela
LF1Michael Brantley
2Ryan Raburn
CF1Michael Bourn
2Tyler Holt
RF1Nick Swisher
Starting Pitcher
PosRoleName
S1Corey Kluber
2Carlos Carrasco
3Trevor Bauer
4Danny Salazar
5Cody Anderson
6Gavin Floyd
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Cody Allen
2Bryan Shaw
3Marc Rzepczynski
4Austin Adams
5Zach McAllister
6Ryan Webb
7Josh Tomlin
8Nick Hagadone
9Jeff Manship
10Michael Roth