Mike Soroka, a starting pitcher for the Atlanta Braves, is going to be sidelined for the all of the 2024 season.

A setback occurred in Soroka's recuperation when he had surgery on his Achilles.

The Braves were hopeful that Soroka would return in 2024, but his injury has forced him to miss the entire season.

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With an earned run average of 2.86 in 2019 and 3.95 in 2020, Soroka has established himself as an important cog for the Braves.

In order to maintain their current starting rotation, the Braves will need to identify a suitable replacement for Soroka.

The group has a number of different alternatives available to them, such as Ian Anderson, Max Fried, and Charlie Morton.

The Braves' expectations for the 2024 season were dealt a significant setback when Soroka went down with an injury.

The team will need to rely on their other pitchers to step up and fill the void left by Soroka's absence.

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