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  • Brewers' Sam Carlson: Signs with Milwaukee

    Carlson signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Wednesday.

    Carlson moved to the bullpen full-time last season with the Mariners' High-A affiliate, and he posted a 5.25 ERA and 1.21 WHIP while striking out 61 batters across 48 innings. The 24-year-old righty gives Milwaukee additional bullpen depth in its farm system, and Carlson will likely head to High-A Wisconsin or Double-A Biloxi to begin 2024.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Returns to action at Single-A

    Carlson (knee) has given up two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six over 4.2 innings across two starts for Single-A Modesto since being activated from the 7-day injured list May 4.

    Carlson missed the first month of the season while he dealt with left knee patellar tendinitis. The 2017 second-round pick is returning to Modesto to begin the 2022 campaign after he turned in a 4.77 ERA and 1.51 WHIP in 100 innings for the Single-A affiliate last year.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Out with knee injury

    Carlson is on the injured list at Single-A Modesto with patellar tendinitis in his left knee, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    The 23-year-old threw 100 innings for Modesto last year after missing the previous two seasons while recovering from Tommy John surgery, and he's unavailable to open 2022 due to the knee issue. Carlson is expected to join a minor-league affiliate within a few weeks, so it appears his absence won't be lengthy.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Throws first live BP

    Carlson (elbow), who missed the last two seasons and underwent Tommy John surgery in July 2018, threw his first live batting practice since the procedure Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

    The momentous occasion, which saw Carlson throw 20 pitches against fellow minor leaguers, marked the right-hander's first time facing hitters in 32 months. Carlson experienced several setbacks during the process, including a scare last August where the pitcher thought he may have torn his ulnar collateral ligament a second time. The 21-year-old has just three innings of AZL Rookie-level ball under his belt so far as a professional, and given his extended recovery, the organization will proceed with caution in terms of his activity level over the coming months.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Undergoes TJ surgery

    Carlson (elbow) underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery Monday and could be sidelined through the 2019 campaign, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

    The 19-year-old Carlson, a 2017 second-round pick, was only able to pitch three innings across two appearances in the Arizona Rookie League last season before experiencing soreness in his right elbow. The issue persisted into this spring, which prevented Carlson from seeing any game action. He got as far as throwing a bullpen session in late May, but he wasn't able to progress beyond that point. Given the timing of the surgery, it appears likely that Carlson's next realistic opportunity of taking the mound will come in the winter of 2019 or spring of 2020.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Tosses bullpen

    Carlson (elbow) threw a bullpen session Tuesday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

    Carlson has apparently been dealing with some elbow issues all year, which helps explain why he hasn't appeared in any minor-league games this season. He'll continue to work through a throwing program at extended spring training before being assigned to a minor-league affiliate.

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  • Mariners' Sam Carlson: Held back in extended spring training

    Carlson is being held back in extended spring training, MLB.com's Mike Rosenbaum reports.

    He is not dealing with any known injury, so this is likely just a situation where the Mariners don't think the 19-year-old is quite ready to get full-season hitters out. Carlson could be assigned to Low-A in the coming months or the team could wait until June to assign him to a short-season league.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 195 lbs
Age: 25
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R