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Yankees Ace Luis Severino is trying to find light side of shutdown

TAMPA – Luis Severino believes his inflamed right rotator cuff issue can be improved before the end of his two-week shutdown, but it would still not allow the Yankees Ace to be ready for the opening day on March 28 against Orioles at Yankee Stadium. "I feel I get better before that," said Severino on Wednesday in the two-week period where he won't pick up a baseball. "I can't play catch for two weeks." Severino knew something in his shoulder on the first slider that he released on Tuesday while preparing to begin against the Braves at George M. Steinbrenner Field. An MRI showed inflammation in the rotator cuff and Aaron Boone said on Tuesday that Severino would receive an injection. Severino said Wednesday morning he had not received the shot and answered "maybe" when he asked if he would get one. Severino was a little subdued and talked about the problem but something was encouraged at the time. "That's a bad thing, you can't play baseball, Severino says." It's hard for a little but good it happened now and not at the end [of spring training]. " Severino said he wasn't scared because there was no structural damage to the shoulder, yet he did not know what caused the inflammation. Before the Cardinals-Yankees game on Wednesday at GMS Field, Boone had not picked up who would make the starting day. are Masahiro Tanaka and James Paxton, with YES Hope to have an outer shot. As for who joins the…

TAMPA – Luis Severino believes his inflamed right rotator cuff issue can be improved before the end of his two-week shutdown, but it would still not allow the Yankees Ace to be ready for the opening day on March 28 against Orioles at Yankee Stadium.

“I feel I get better before that,” said Severino on Wednesday in the two-week period where he won’t pick up a baseball. “I can’t play catch for two weeks.”

Severino knew something in his shoulder on the first slider that he released on Tuesday while preparing to begin against the Braves at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

An MRI showed inflammation in the rotator cuff and Aaron Boone said on Tuesday that Severino would receive an injection. Severino said Wednesday morning he had not received the shot and answered “maybe” when he asked if he would get one.

Severino was a little subdued and talked about the problem but something was encouraged at the time.

“That’s a bad thing, you can’t play baseball, Severino says.” It’s hard for a little but good it happened now and not at the end [of spring training]. “

Severino said he wasn’t scared because there was no structural damage to the shoulder, yet he did not know what caused the inflammation.

Before the Cardinals-Yankees game on Wednesday at GMS Field, Boone had not picked up who would make the starting day. are Masahiro Tanaka and James Paxton, with YES Hope to have an outer shot.

As for who joins the back of the rotation, it will be between Luis Cessa, Domingo German and Jonathan Loaisiga. And remember that CC Sabathia is off for the first five games when the Yankees are planning to go with five starters.

After acquiring Paxton from Mariners, Happ returned through a free agency and erased the underperforming Sonny Gray, the Yankees rotation is better. s, however, no denial of 25-year-old Severino’s host to the Yankees, who recently released a four-year contract for him for $ 40 million. Severino is 33-1

4 with a 3.18 ERA in the last two seasons, when he did 63 start.

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