According to Jonathan Mayo, Jameson Taillon underwent successful Tommy John surgery yesterday.

Over the weekend it was announced that Taillon would undergo surgery. The typical recovery time is a year, which would put Taillon on pace to return at the start of next season. That should put him on track to be in the majors by mid-season 2015.

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  1. Nice. The Bucs got what they really want. His arbitration clock won’t start ticking until June of 2015!

    • With the best possible rehab, he will not even resume pitching until possibly ST 2015 and then a few months in the minors, meaning 2015 will be a partial season, and his years of MLB Service will not begin until the 2016 season. At this point we have to hope for a successful rehab.

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