Jarrod Parker just talked to us. Says there's "no doubt" he wants to try to get back to pitching again. #Athletics
San Francisco Chronicle "Jarrod Parker spoke to the media for the first time since re-fracturing the medial epicondyle in his right elbow earlier this month and the onetime A’s ace said there is “no doubt” he will try to pitch again. “I think to have the chance is all I have,” he said. “Luckily, modern medicine is what..." March 21
The Score "Jarrod Parker has sustained another devastating injury, after an MRI revealed he's re-fractured his right elbow. The Oakland Athletics righty was attempting to stage a comeback this spring, but re-injured his elbow on the 12th pitch of a simulated game Thursday. The injury was initially..." March 11
Athletics Nation "Matt Kawahara of the Sacramento Bee tweets that Oakland Athletics right-handed pitcher Jarrod Parker "just came off the mound yelling in pain after throwing a pitch." The incident does not appear to be as alarming as the one where Parker went to the ground in pain after breaking his medial..." March 10
MLB.com "A's pitcher Jarrod Parker had successful surgery to clean up and repair the medial epicondyle fracture in his right elbow Tuesday. Parker's previously revised ulnar collateral ligament did not need repairing, meaning the right-hander was able to avoid a third Tommy John surgery, which could've..." May 21
CSN Bay Area "Oakland A’s right-handed pitcher Jarrod Parker underwent right elbow surgery, the club announced Tuesday. The surgery was performed this afternoon by Dr. James Andrews at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Parker’s previous revised ulnar collateral ligament did not need repairing and..." May 20
CSN Bay Area "All signs suggest that right-hander Jarrod Parker is progressing well toward game readiness, and A’s outfielder Josh Reddick won’t argue against it. Reddick, on the mend from an oblique injury, was one of the hitters to dig in against Parker in an afternoon simulated game at the Coliseum...." April 08
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
Jarrod Parker's Tommy John surgery has been moved up a day to Monday. Dr. James Andrews will perform surgery in Fla.
Jarrod Parker will undergo a second "Tommy John" surgery of his career next Tuesday. He likely will miss the entire 2014 season.
Source: #Athletics don't believe Jarrod Parker has any structural issues with arm but want Dr. Andrews to confirm that tomorrow.
Melvin says Parker looks like battling some fatigue or dead-arm type symptoms. #Athletics
It's Colon on Friday then Gray Parker and Straily. #Athletics
MLB.com "Jarrod Parker and Yoenis Cespedes -- both late scratches in Sunday's series finale against the Rangers -- returned to the A's lineup for the first game of a three-game set against the Angels on Monday. Parker missed his start due to illness and was replaced by Tommy Milone but appears to be..." September 17
Swingin' A's "To say Jarrod Parker had a rough April is a little like saying a turkey had a rough November. To say Jarrod Parker is having a great August well… That’s just the truth. As we speak Parker’s six innings deep against the Orioles another team scratching for a playoff spot. In a hitter’s park..." August 25
Oakland Tribune "The A's got a mixed report on right-handed starting pitcher Jarrod Parker Sunday morning. It could have been better, but it could have been much worse. Parker, who limped out of Saturday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth inning after having suffered either a cramp in his..." July 01
San Francisco Chronicle "Before Sunday's finale with the White Sox, A's manager Bob Melvin said that runs would be at a premium. Well called, Mr. Melvin. Oakland starter Jarrod Parker didn't allow a run, and Chicago starter Chris Sale extended his string of scoreless innings to 28 before the A's finally snuck one runner..." June 03
San Francisco Chronicle "In a sea of minor-leaguers wearing road grays, two players stood out because they sported white pants - and major-league arms. The A's were off Wednesday, and the only activity was at their minor-league complex at Papago Park, so that's where closer Grant Balfour and starter Jarrod Parker did..." March 07