New York Yankees starting pitcher Jordan Montgomery is looking to get back on track following Tommy John surgery that sent him to the IL for the majority of the last two seasons.
The southpaw of Sumter, South Carolina, had an impressive 2017 rookie campaign. He had a 9-7 record with a 3.88 ERA in 155.1 innings pitched. Montgomery rang up 144 batters and had a 1.230 WHIP.
After just six starts in 2018, Montgomery didn’t feel right. After resting for a while on the IL, it was decided that he would undergo Tommy John surgery.