Yankees will be without a pitcher of ace Luis Severino until at least May 1, general manager Brian Cashman said on Friday.
Severino was scratched from his spring preparation debut on March 5 with discomfort in his right, throwing his shoulder over. After passing MRI Severino diagnosed inflammation of the rotator cuff. He was then locked out of throws for two weeks.
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Severino did not feel any obstacles, said Keshman, but the program of rebuilding
Yankees signed Severino last month on a contract for four years, $ 40 million Last season, he was 19-8 with 3.39 ERA and 1
Cashman also said that CC Sabathia, who had knee and heart surgery in the off-season, would be ready at some point in April. It should also serve as a podium game for the Tampa Bay bastard at Jesus Sucre at the end of last season.
GM Yankees also said that he leaves the door open for the first reasons Luke Voit and Greg Byrd how to make the Registry Opening Day, but only that Aaron Hicks (back) was not healthy by that time. Cashman, however, said he was optimistic Hicks would be ready by March 28 opener against the Orioles.
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