Coastal Carolina righthander Josh Conway will miss the remainder of the season, reports Ryan Young of The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Conway, who stands 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, was a 42nd-round pick by the Braves out of high school and was looking like a second-round talent this year before the injury. In his start on Thursday night, Conway was up to 96 mph early in the game, but left in the fourth inning, when his velocity was down in the 86-89 mph range. Conway was 4-1, 2.14 this season with 50 strikeouts and 18 walks over 55 innings.
Injuries have ravaged this year's draft class and another pitcher in The Palmetto State will be on the shelf, as Clemson righthander Kevin Brady will be sidelined at least two to four weeks with a hamstring strain.
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