‘213.6 Billion Cyber Pitchers’ expected to return in July
When will Carlos Rodon (31), an ambitious recruit from the New York Yankees, show good form with 8 wins and 2 losses in the last 10 games?
On the 22nd (Korean time), NJ.com, a media outlet in New York, reported the news of Rodon on the injured list. It is said to return in July at the earliest.
According to this, Rodon received cortisone injection treatment on the 10th and is currently undergoing rehabilitation training. This process is proceeding smoothly.
Rodon is currently playing a 120-foot (37 m) catch ball, and it is known that he will not need injection treatment again.
However, there is still a lot of time left before his return. Opinion that we need another 6 weeks even if everything goes well. Bullpen pitching, live BP, and rehab appearances remain.
At least 6 weeks from now. As a result, Rodon can only return in July at the earliest. In other words, it is realistic to return to the end of the first half or the second half.
Rodon suffered a left forearm injury ahead of the season opener. Fortunately, it did not lead to elbow ligament splicing surgery (Tommy John surgery).
However, Rodon was recruited by the New York Yankees hoping to form a one-two punch with Gerrit Cole (33). He signed a six-year, $162 million contract.
The bigger problem is that this kind of thing was foreseen. Rodon failed to win a major contract even after finishing fifth in the American League Cy Young Award voting in the 2021 season.
This is because all teams knew about Rodon’s physical condition. Afterwards, Rodon chose free agency, and recorded an average ERA of 2.88 in 31 games last year.토토사이트
Could it be because he played 178 innings in 31 games last year? The New York Yankees gave Rodon a massive six-year, $162 million contract after his physical condition was questionable.