I don’t know if I’m too lazy.
Carlos Rodon of the New York Yankees, who has been undergoing rehabilitation for more than three weeks after injuring his arm in an exhibition game, is not able to schedule his return. This is because a new injury has been added.
Yankees coach Aaron Boone said in a local interview with the New York Post on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time), “I had back pain and postponed live pitching. “I’m back in good shape, but after a few days of headaches, I’ll be able to move forward,” he said.메이저놀이터
After one exhibition game, Rodon stopped training with pain in his left forearm. On March 6, after pitching in an exhibition game against the Atlanta Braves and giving up 6 hits and 1 walk in 2 innings, he was diagnosed with inflammation in his arm muscles on March 10.
He couldn’t throw the ball properly in his first actual appearance after transferring to the Yankees, and the reason was that he had pain in his arm.
He then took nine days off and started touching the ball again on March 20. He has effectively started spring training again. Since then he has been gone for over 3 weeks. However, it has not been decided when he will return or whether he will make a minor league rehab pitch.
First of all, Rodon decided to do live pitching on the 15th as Boone said. If there are no problems, it is expected that he will be able to set a schedule for minor rehabilitation.
Director Boon said, “Live pitching is a process to go beyond one step in the direction we want. I will decide what to do with my health.” I hope to continue training.”
The back pain was not known to be serious at this time. It should take about 2-3 days to see. According to Boone, Rodon’s arm and elbow are in good condition.
Rodon signed a six-year, $162 million (approximately 212.8 billion won) free agent contract last winter and wore a Yankees uniform. He originally planned to land a one-two punch with ace Gerrit Cole, but an arm injury prevented him from making his Yankees debut yet.
At the time of his injury, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said he would “be able to return sometime in April.”
Rodon set a career high last year with the San Francisco Giants, going 14-8 with a 2.88 ERA and 237 strikeouts. Over the past two seasons, he has thrown 310⅔ innings with a 2.67 earned run average and 422 strikeouts. After rising to the top pitcher in the major leagues, he hit the FA jackpot.