Padres starter Tyson Ross will not require surgery on his right shoulder after an MRI revealed no structural damage.
There is not a public diagnosis yet, but Padres manager Andy Green said that Ross will be shut down for a couple weeks. Green referred to it as “non-surgical.”
Ross has made only one start this year and got shelled. Last year he was 10-12 with a 3.26 ERA in a league-leading 33 starts, striking out 212 but walking 84 in 196 innings.