“Blue blood ace” Kershaw takes a week off due to shoulder pain, ··Roberts coach “Part of the process that returning people go through”

“Blue blood ace” Clayton Kershaw (LA Dodgers) will not throw the ball for the time being to solve the left shoulder pain problem. 토토사이트 순위

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters ahead of an away game against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago on the 25th that “Kershaw will not throw the ball for about a week to resolve the pain remaining on his left shoulder.”

The decision feels somewhat serious because it was Kershaw, who was scheduled to start his second rehabilitation game in the minor league on the 26th.

Roberts said it’s not a big deal. “It’s part of the process that everyone who gets back from surgery and rehabilitation goes through,” he said. “Kershaw also has the same pain.” “I want to stop throwing the ball for now and give him some time (until the pain goes away). A week or so is not long enough to affect the build-up he’s been trying to make his comeback,” he said. “That’s how he can relieve Kershaw’s pain.”

Kershaw underwent surgery on his left shoulder after last season and started rehabilitation for a long time. At the time, the Dodgers signed a one-plus-one-year contract with him, who became a free agent.

Kershaw, who had been recovering well after surgery, had his first rehabilitation game for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, a single-A team under the Dodgers on the 20th. At the time, Kershaw pitched three innings, allowing two hits, one walk, five strikeouts, and one run. He was scheduled to play four innings in his second rehab appearance on the 26th. However, the decision to rest will take some time for Kershaw to return.

However, the pain was not a big blow to Kershaw. MLB.COM said, “Kershaw underwent an MRI exam. Fortunately, there was a diagnosis that there was no new problem.”

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