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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Throws extended side session

    Beck (arm) threw a 40-pitch bullpen session at Oracle Park on Sunday, MLB.com reports.

    Assuming Beck checked out fine following the extended side session, the Giants could clear him to resume facing hitters when the club reconvenes following the All-Star break. Beck has been on the shelf all season after he was diagnosed with an aneurysm in his upper right arm in spring training that necessitated surgery March 4. Though he was cleared for full baseball activities May 1, Beck has been building up slowly and is still likely multiple weeks away from returning from the 60-day injured list. With both Robbie Ray (elbow) and Alex Cobb (hip/shoulder) further along in their throwing programs and poised to beat him back from the IL to bolster the Giants' rotation depth, Beck will likely be ticketed for the bullpen once he's eventually activated.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Throws bullpen session

    Beck (arm) completed bullpen session Monday, MLB.com reports.

    Beck was cleared to resume full baseball activities May 1, but the Giants have been having him proceed cautiously with his ramp-up program after he required surgery March 3 to address an upper right arm aneurysm. After weeks of steadily increasing his throwing distance off flat ground, Beck was finally cleared to advance to mound work. Given the pace of his rehab thus far, Beck wouldn't seem likely to make it back from the 60-day injured list until after the All-Star break.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Cleared to throw

    Beck (arm) has been cleared to begin a throwing program, Shayna Rubin of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Beck had surgery back in early March to address an aneurysm in his upper right arm. He is facing a slow build-up, with a return not expected until after the All-Star break.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Not ready to resume throwing

    Beck (arm) isn't expected to be cleared to resume throwing until May, MLB.com reports.

    Beck has been on the injured list all season after he underwent surgery March 4 to address an aneurysm in his upper right arm. Though he's been cleared to increase the extent of his conditioning work nearly two months since having the procedure, Beck still isn't able to play catch. He's due for a follow-up appointment with a vascular specialist May 1, after which he may be cleared to start a throwing progression. The Giants aren't anticipating Beck making his return from the 60-day IL until after the All-Star break.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Shut down for eight weeks

    Beck will be shut down from throwing for eight weeks after undergoing vascular surgery Monday to address the aneurysm in his upper right arm, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.

    He'll face a long ramp-up period after that, so Beck probably won't be ready at least until around midseason if all goes well. The right-hander has already been placed on the 60-day injured list.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Moves to 60-day IL

    Beck (arm) was placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.

    The right-hander is scheduled to undergo vascular surgery Monday to address the aneurysm in his upper right arm, and he'll be sidelined for at least the first two months of the regular season. Beck remains without an official timeline for his return, but more information is expected to be available following his procedure.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Will undergo surgery

    Beck is scheduled to undergo vascular surgery Monday to address the aneurysm in his upper right arm, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.

    The 27-year-old was diagnosed with the aneurysm Thursday after experiencing hand discomfort earlier in the week, and there won't be much of a delay before he goes in for surgery. Beck has already been ruled out for Opening Day, and a return timeline won't be established until after the procedure.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Diagnosed with aneurysm in arm

    Beck was diagnosed Thursday with an aneurysm in his upper right arm, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    The diagnosis was made after Beck visited with a vascular specialist regarding an issue with his pitching hand. Beck will weigh his treatment options over the next few days before deciding what to do, but surgery would seem to be a possibility. Giants manager Bob Melvin said Thursday that Beck won't be ready for Opening Day and could be sidelined for a while, per Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. The right-hander had tentatively been penciled into the rotation, but his long-term status is now up in the air.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Evaluated for hand injury

    Beck has been sent back to San Francisco to be evaluated due to right hand discomfort, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Beck has not made a Cactus League appearance yet this spring but evidently has felt something in his hand while throwing. More should be known about a potential timetable for his return after he's examined. Beck and Keaton Winn (elbow) are expected to slot into the final two spots in the Giants' rotation, but both players are now dealing with injuries.

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  • Giants' Tristan Beck: Leg up on rotation spot?

    Giants manager Bob Melvin indicated Tuesday that Beck is in good position to win one of the spots in the rotation, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Beck, 27, pitched mostly in relief for the Giants in 2023, collecting a 3.92 ERA and 68:21 K:BB over 85 innings covering 33 appearances (three starts). He's mostly been a starter in the minors, though, and it sounds like he'll get a chance to be part of the Giants' rotation at least until Alex Cobb (hip) and Robbie Ray (elbow) are ready. Keaton Winn is the other likely candidate to slide in behind Logan Webb, Jordan Hicks and Kyle Harrison.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 165 lbs
Birthplace: Corona, CA
Age: 28
Experience: 1
Bats/Throws: R, R