"It’s kind of disappointing to miss the season, but I’m kind of anxious to get it over with and hopefully feel better and pitch better next season, have a little bit more velocity than I’ve been pitching with and I’m looking forward to feeling good throwing a baseball," he said.
Patton, who has had shoulder problems the last three seasons, had to shut down a bullpen session earlier this spring after just 10 pitches due to feeling tightness in his shoulder. Patton ranks third among prospects in the Orioles’ system after being acquired this off-season in the trade that sent Miguel Tejada to the Astros.
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