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  • Red Sox's Noah Song: Needs Tommy John surgery

    Song, who was placed on Double-A Portland's 60-day injured list Wednesday, is slated to undergo Tommy John surgery in the near future, Chris Hatfield of SoxProspects.com reports.

    The elbow injury is another speed bump in the development process for Song, who didn't pitch from 2020 through 2022 while fulfilling a military commitment. He was a Rule 5 selection of the Phillies last offseason before ultimately being returned to the Red Sox in August after he didn't make his MLB debut while spending much of the first half of the season recovering from a back injury. Song will now likely be sidelined until around midseason in 2025, and he will be 27 years old by that time.

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  • Red Sox's Noah Song: Returned to Boston

    Song was returned to the Red Sox on Friday, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.

    Song joined the Phillies in December as a Rule 5 Draft pick, but he missed the first half of the 2023 season due to a back injury and had allowed nine earned runs on 12 hits and 11 walks through 11 innings of relief between Low-A Clearwater, Double-A Reading and Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Philadelphia designated him for assignment last weekend and now he's back with the organization that originally drafted him out of the United States Naval Academy in 2019.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Reinstated, DFA'd

    The Phillies reinstated Song (back) from the 60-day injured list Saturday and designated him for assignment.

    Song has been on the injured list all season, though he began a rehab assignment June 28. Song performed well during his first four games with Single-A Clearwater, but he struggled as he moved to Double-A Reading and Triple-A Lehigh Valley. The Phillies now have until Tuesday to trade Song or place him on waivers. If Song clears waivers, the Rule 5 selection will be offered back to the Red Sox.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Moves to Triple-A

    Song's (back) rehab is moving to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, where he will pitch Saturday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.

    The club must activate him by July 28, at which point he will either join the Phillies' active roster or be returned to the Red Sox, his original team before Philadelphia selected Song in the 2022 Rule 5 Draft. Walks have been a problem for Song during his rehab assignment, as he has a 3.52 ERA, 1.83 WHIP and an 11:7 K:BB in 7.2 innings across six appearances.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Moves rehab to Double-A

    Song (back) has been transferred to Double-A Reading to continue his rehab assignment.

    Song posted a 1.93 ERA and 7:5 K:BB over 4.2 innings in four rehab appearances with Low-A Clearwater and is now ready to move up a couple levels. The Rule 5 pick has been out all season with a back issue but could be an option for the Phillies' bullpen before the end of the month.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Beginning rehab assignment

    Song (back) will begin a rehab assignment Wednesday with Single-A Clearwater.

    The expectation is that Song will remain on the farm throughout the full 30-day rehab window. He was a Rule 5 Draft pick this winter and the Phillies likely want to delay a decision on where he fits with their major-league club. The 26-year-old graduate from the United States Naval Academy has never pitched in a game at the MLB level.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Nearing rehab assignment

    Song (back) is on track to begin a rehab assignment next week, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    Song has advanced to simulated games in his recovery from a lingering back injury and is about ready to return to live action on the farm. It'll probably be a lengthy minor-league rehab stint for the Rule 5 Draft pick as the Phillies sort out where he might fit on their active major-league roster. He has yet to appear in a big-league game at age 26.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Throws simulated game

    Song (back) threw a two-inning simulated game Tuesday, Alex Coffey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    The right-hander is slated for another two-inning simulated game Thursday and is getting "pretty close to a rehab assignment," Phillies manager Rob Thomson said. A Rule 5 pick, Song seems likely to use the full 30-day allottment on his rehab assignment before the Phils consider adding him to the roster. Song spent the last two years serving in the Navy, so he has plenty of rust to knock off.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Nearing sim game

    Song (back) will pitch in some simulated games next week, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Song was selected in the Rule 5 draft despite spending the last two years serving in the Navy rather than playing baseball. He's been dealing with back troubles since the middle of camp, and the Phillies haven't had any reason to rush him back given that they'd be required to carry him on the big-league roster. He continues to take steps towards is return, but the team hasn't stated when it expects that will happen.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Moved to 60-day IL

    The Phillies transferred Song (back) to the 60-day injured list Friday.

    Song has been on the 15-day injured list since the beginning of the season due to back tightness. The 25-year-old righty began facing hitters again Thursday and is expected to return relatively soon; however, placing him on the 60-day IL frees up a roster spot for Cal Stevenson, who was claimed off waivers from San Francisco on Friday.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Facing hitters

    Song (back) faced hitters at the Phillies' spring training facility in Clearwater on Thursday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    The Phillies selected Song in the 2022 Rule 5 Draft, which means that he'll need to be on the team's active roster within 30 days of beginning a rehab assignment to stay with the team. In addition, he has to be on the roster for at least 90 days across the entire season to remain in the organization. While he is still ramping up, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski believes that Song will pitch competitively at some point this season. Once he returns, Song is expected to pitch out of the bullpen.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Throws bullpen session

    Song (back) threw a bullpen session Saturday, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Song was selected by the Phillies in the Rule 5 draft despite the fact that he's been out of baseball for three years while serving in the Navy. Back tightness prevented him from making a case for the Opening Day roster, but his status as a Rule 5 pick means the Phillies will have to add him to the active roster once healthy despite his inexperience if they want to keep him in the organization.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Placed on 15-day IL

    Song (back) was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday.

    Song transferred his Naval service from active duty to selective reserves back in February with the hope of claiming an Opening Day bullpen spot in Philadelphia, but that goal was derailed in March when he came down with some back tightness. There is no public timetable on the 25-year-old right-hander.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Shut down from throwing

    Song has been shut down from throwing due to back tightness, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    It's unclear when Song may pick up a baseball again and a rehab plan probably won't come into focus until the results of his MRI are read. A Rule 5 pick in December, Song has been out of pro ball since 2019 as he completed a two-year commitment to the United States Naval Academy. He had his Naval service transferred from active duty to selective reserves in order to attend Phillies camp this spring.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Would be in bullpen if on roster

    Song would be part of the Phillies' bullpen if he makes the Opening Day roster, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski told Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer on Thursday.

    A Rule 5 draft pick in December, Song has reported to Phillies camp after having his Naval service transferred from active duty to selective reserves. He hasn't pitched in pro ball since 2019, and during a bullpen session last week Song said "it felt as if I hadn't been off the mound in three years." The Phils think he has loads of potential as a starter over the long haul, but there's not enough time to stretch him out before Opening Day. Song is a longshot to make Philadelphia's Opening Day roster, at which point he would go on waivers and could return to Boston.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Reporting to camp

    Song transferred his Naval service from active duty to selective reserves and is expected to report to Phillies camp Thursday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

    Even though Song hasn't pitched since the 2019 season while he completed a two-year commitment to the United States Naval Academy, the Phillies recognized enough potential in the 25-year-old right-hander to select him in the Rule 5 draft over the winter. He remains on the military list for the time being and doesn't count toward the Phillies' 40-man roster, but he'll need to be activated and added to the big club's 26-man Opening Day roster in order for Philadelphia to retain his rights. Though he dazzled during his limited sample of minor-league action four years ago -- he compiled a 1.06 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 19:5 K:BB in 17 innings of rookie ball -- Song's usage will likely be limited to lower-leverage relief situations in 2023 if the Phillies opt to keep him on the roster.

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  • Phillies' Noah Song: Joining Phillies

    Song was selected by the Phillies with the 16th overall pick in the 2022 Rule 5 draft.

    Song is in the process of completing his two-year commitment to the United States Naval Academy and has been placed on the military list by the Phillies, so he won't count toward the team's 40-man roster. The right-hander is a talented prospect and posted a 1.06 ERA, 19:5 K:BB and 0.88 WHIP in 17 innings over seven starts in rookie ball in 2019, but it's not yet clear when he'll resume his career.

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  • Red Sox's Noah Song: No timeline to resume career

    Song (personal) is scheduled to complete his two-year commitment to the United States Naval Academy later this spring or summer, but he remains without a timeline to resume his career, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.

    Song, a 2019 fourth-round pick of the Red Sox, hasn't competed in the minors since posting a 1.06 ERA and 0.88 WHIP across 17 innings with short-season Lowell in his first professional campaign. The 24-year-old right-hander is one of the most talented arms in the Red Sox's system, but his lack of recent competitive action makes it difficult to project his long-term outlook. The Red Sox will hope to have him get in some innings in 2022, though he'll likely need extensive time to build up at extended spring training before being assigned to a minor-league affiliate.

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  • Red Sox's Noah Song: Waiver request denied

    Song's request for a waiver to forgo his two-year commitment to the Naval Academy was denied, Bill Wagner of the Capital Gazette reports.

    On pure stuff, Song is one of the best pitchers from the 2019 draft class, but he will now have to report to flight school in late January. The flight school lasts two years, so he will be able to apply for another waiver to resume his pro baseball career in January of 2022. This takes him out of the first-year player draft mix in most dynasty formats. The Red Sox retain his rights.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Pomona, CA
Age: 26
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R