Although some analysts believe that Louis Severino he has front-line talent to step into the role behind ace Gerrit Cole, it’s his injury history that’s the limit.
Jameson Taillon also has recurring physical problems and won’t be ready until May, so it seems more sensible to go to market once negotiations reopen in Big leagues.
If they succeed, they will positively impact the bullpen, with Domingo Germán and Néstor Cortés adding depth to the relief corps.
Detroit Tigers player Spencer Torkelson told the Detroit Free Press that he is almost fully recovered from the ankle injury that ended his season in the Arizona Fall League after just five games.[oalDetroitFreePressqueestácasicompletamenterecuperadodelalesióneneltobilloqueterminóconsutemporadaenlaLigadeOtoñodeArizonadespuésdesolocincojuegos
Torkelson admitted that he is still going to physical therapy for the injury: “I’m trying to get him 100% back. He’s pretty much there, but it’s just a matter of playing again.” He’s already had batting practice and taken ground balls. He should be ready for spring training.
MLB owners plan to meet in Orlando Tuesday through Thursday of this week, according to a report by Jon Heyman of MLB Network.
Heyman notes that the Players Association expects a new offer from the owners to come soon, likely after they finish meeting.
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