Max Fried was scheduled to start what was probably his final rehab session, but due to illness, that has already been delayed twice. Fried will throw for Gwinnett on Saturday in Jacksonville despite having a sickness, according to Brian Snitker.
When asked about Fried’s health, Snitker responded, “He’ll pitch tomorrow. “He just had a virus or something that hit him pretty hard,” the speaker said.
Fried’s previous start against Gwinnett on July 21 included 65 pitches and three rehab outings. The Braves debated whether or not to activate him, but ultimately decided to give him one more [rehab session] that had been postponed because of his illness.
Max Fried: Who is he?
Baseball is Max Fried’s profession. He was a left-handed pitcher for the Atlanta Braves in Major League Baseball (MLB).
On January 18, 1994, Max Fried was born in Santa Monica, California. He was one of the top high school baseball players in the nation while attending Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, where he displayed his baseball talent.
He was selected by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft but later traded to the Atlanta Braves in a deal that also involved Justin Upton and other players.
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