Hope in the Yankees! Corey Kluber returns to the mound after injury

New York Yankees received good news in the last hours as it was announced that Corey Kluber threw a bullpen session as part of his injury rehab process that he suffered weeks ago. The veteran climbed a mound after seeing no activity as a result of what happened to him, a situation that paused his 2021 season of MLB.

Corey Kluber got back on a mound and did it last Friday, July 23, since he threw a bullpen session, in his attempt to recover from his injury and return to pitch in the 2021 MLB Season.

The veteran made 20 pitches, all of them straight and later declared that he felt “very” confident about what he did in his process, adding that “things went as expected.”

The pitcher suffered a shoulder injury last May during one of the games he played against the Toronto Blue Jays, from which he had to leave after working only three innings.

Corey Kluber is in his first MLB season as a member of the New York Yankees, an organization he joined during the off season and from free agency, being one of the most important firms in the Bronx.

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