Fort Worth Star-Telegram "A.J. Griffin and the Texas Rangers received good news Wednesday morning after his MRI exam, and the right-hander could be ready to pitch again by the end of the month. The MRI showed no structural damage in his shoulder, and Griffin can resume throwing as soon as he is free of symptoms. He said..." May 11
Lone Star Ball "Texas Rangers starter A.J. Griffin was lifted from his start today in Detroit with two outs in the third inning due to stiffness in his right shoulder. Griffin is pitching in the majors this year again after missing the past two seasons recovering from Tommy John surgery. " May 08
Hardball Talk "A.J. Griffin once looked like a long-term rotation building block for the A’s, but his career was derailed by Tommy John elbow surgery in 2014 and he’s yet to get back on track. Oakland cut Griffin loose following back-to-back missed seasons and now the 28-year-old right-hander has joined the..." December 21
Melvin says A.J. Griffin is continuing to strengthen his shoulder. Sounds unlikely he pitches again this season.
MLB.com "The A's pitching depth undoubtedly figures to be one of their biggest strengths this season. As many as six pitchers will be in competition for just three rotation spots behind Sonny Gray and Scott Kazmir, and that group doesn't even include Tommy John patients Jarrod Parker and A.J. Griffin, who..." February 09
The Score "When the Oakland Athletics host the Texas Rangers at O.co Coliseum on Opening Day it's doubtful that either Jarrod Parker or A.J. Griffin will be in the starting rotation, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. Both pitchers are still recovering from Tommy John surgery - Parker had the..." January 12
AJ Griffin will have tommy john surgery. It's like an epidemic among good young starters. #athletics
San Francisco Chronicle "After more than a month off, A.J. Griffin's right forearm and elbow discomfort continues, and Griffin will get a second opinion from Dr. Thomas Mehlhoff in Houston on Tuesday. Griffin resumed throwing in the past day or two, manager Bob Melvin said, and things still weren't feeling right...." April 25
AJ Griffin to get second opinion on elbow on Tuesday.
Griffin shut down for 3 weeks with flexor tendinitis.
Melvin says Griffin has been dealing with elbow tendinitis that has been getting worse so he was not option for this round. #Athletics
CSN Bay Area "One year and two days after his major league debut, A.J. Griffin pitched his first career complete game. It was a gem, all right, the right-hander limiting the Cincinnati Reds to just two hits -- a Devin Mesoraco single that hit the heel of an onrushing Chris Young's glove in the fifth and a..." June 27