Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Minor will be starting his spring training late, as he's recovering from shoulder soreness tangentially caused by dickhole surgery.
Minor had the procedure on his urethra on the last day of 2013; the surgery caused the lefty to miss practice in January and led to shoulder soreness when he started pitching. Everything is connected.
The important question is why Minor needed surgery, though. Let's get the dickhole deets, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Minor, 26, had a cystoscopy performed Dec. 31 by a specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, after having difficulty urinating for the past two years. He had visited multiple urologists and other specialists in that period, and none could figure out what was causing the problem.
It worsened to the point where he had to go to the emergency room, and a specialist at Vanderbilt said he had scar tissue built up inside his urethra that would have to be removed via the cystoscopy. He was told there was a 50 percent chance that it could return at some point, and that it was impossible to predict when.
Minor and his dickhole will reportedly be fine for the regular season.
H/t to Joey