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2024 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 28 2 0 2.57 16 1

Top Robert Gasser News

  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Getting Tommy John surgery

    Gasser is scheduled to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery Monday in Dallas, Adam McCalvy of reports.

    The Brewers previously disclosed Thursday that Gasser was headed for elbow surgery, but the team didn't immediately what type of procedure the rookie left-hander was undergoing. However, after recently receiving a third opinion on the left flexor strain in his elbow from Dr. Keith Meister -- who will perform the operation Monday -- Gasser was recommended for Tommy John surgery rather than an internal brace procedure. Gasser will likely require anywhere from 12-to-18 months to make a full recovery from Tommy John surgery, meaning it's possible that he's not available to pitch at all during the 2025 season.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Elects for surgery

    Gasser will have surgery Monday to repair UCL damage in his left elbow, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    It's unclear whether Gasser is undergoing Tommy John surgery or the internal brace procedure, but he will be out for at least the next 12 months. It's tough timing for the promising young pitcher, as he had pitched well across his first five big-league starts, maintaining a 2.57 ERA and 1.04 WHIP in 28 innings.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Third opinion, surgery recommended

    Gasser is mulling whether to have surgery on his left elbow after a third opinion concurred with the second that an operation is likely needed at some point, Adam McCalvy of reports.

    Gasser is dealing with UCL damage in the elbow, and the Brewers are leaving the decision of surgery or rest and rehab up to the 25-year-old left-hander. He's been shut down from throwing for nearly three weeks already, so Gasser is facing a lengthy ramp-up even if he opts for the non-surgical route. If he decides to have surgery, Gasser would likely be sidelined for at least one year.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Unlikely to pitch again in 2024

    Brewers manager Pat Murphy said prior to Monday's 3-1 win over the Blue Jays that Gasser (elbow) is unlikely to return from the injured list this season, Steve Megargee of the Associated Press reports. "[Wade] Miley, Gasser and [Brandon Woodruff], you're probably not going to see," Murphy said. "It would probably be safe to say those three are out for the year."

    Gasser was placed on the IL on June 5 with a left flexor strain, and though the rookie hasn't yet settled on a treatment plan for the injury, Murphy said that he's pessimistic Gasser will pitch again this season regardless of whether he undergoes surgery or opts for more extended rest and rehab. Since sustaining the injury coming out of his June 1 start against the White Sox, Gasser has sought two medical opinions on his elbow and is set to get another in the coming days when he meets with Dr. Keith Meister in Dallas. According to Murphy, one of the doctors has recommended that Gasser undergo a reconstruction surgery for the elbow, but it's unclear if the second opinion Gasser received from Dr. Neal ElAttrache concurred with that assessment. The Brewers will likely provide an update on how Gasser plans to treat the injury after Dr. Meister gets a chance to evaluate his elbow.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Weighing possible UCL surgery

    Gasser (elbow) said this weekend that his left UCL is not "broken" but also "not as strong as it should be," Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.

    Previously, the damage to Gasser's elbow was reported to be to his flexor tendon, but it would appear the integrity of his UCL is now the bigger concern. Gasser has received two opinions on the elbow, with one doctor recommending surgery and the other rest and rehab. He's headed to meet with Dr. Keith Meister in Dallas, where he will get a third opinion before he makes a decision regarding surgery. Any type of surgery would end Gasser's 2024 season and could keep him out of a large chunk of the 2025 campaign, as well.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Receiving third opinion

    The second opinion Gasser received on his left elbow Friday conflicted with the first evaluation, so he's scheduled to visit a third doctor, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    According to Hogg, Dr. Neal ElAttrache recommended surgery after examining Gasser's elbow Friday, which was in contrast to the initial evaluation from earlier this week. There's apparently no new structural damage with the flexor strain, but the differing treatment recommendations will result in the 25-year-old getting a third medical opinion. Gasser is without a timeline for his return, but he appears to be facing an extended absence regardless of whether he undergoes surgery.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Headed for second opinion

    Gasser is traveling to Los Angeles to receive a second opinion on his injured left elbow from Dr. Neal ElAttrache, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Gasser was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a left flexor strain, but the pitcher and the Brewers are still trying to get a better handle on his diagnosis and treatment options. More information on a potential timetable for Gasser could be available later this week.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Placed on IL with flexor strain

    The Brewers placed Gasser on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a left flexor strain.

    Initial testing on Gasser's left elbow provided encouraging results, but a second opinion evidently revealed the strain. It's not clear at this point how much time the rookie southpaw might miss, but he'll almost certainly miss more than the minimum 15 days. Gasser has been a bright spot for Milwaukee this season, posting a 2.57 ERA and 16:1 K:BB over 28 frames covering five starts.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 192 lbs
Birthplace: El Dorado Hills, CA
Age: 25
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: L, L