Unfortunately for them, O’Day pitched in just one exhibition game — March 1 — and has spent the spring trying to get right. The Braves’ bullpen is in desperate need of upgrades, and O’Day, who commands a $9 million salary this season, would be a boost.
But for now, the team can’t count on the righty as its saving grace anytime soon.
“I don’t think it’s anything destructive,” Snitker said of O’Day’s forearm. “Once they amp up and start throwing sides again, that’ll be the next part of the equation.”