‘Breaking the cyberpitcher stigma’ NYY’s Rodon confirmed for 8-day return

After completing a minor league rehab assignment, Carlos Rodon, 31, has a timetable for his return. The 213.7 billion won pitcher will finally make his New York Yankees debut.

MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball, reported on the 3rd (KST) that Rodon is in very good shape after his minor league rehabilitation game.

The report quoted Yankees manager Aaron Boone as saying that Rodon will start a home game against the Chicago Cubs on April 8.

Rodon recently made rehabilitation appearances at the upper levels of the minor leagues, Single-A and Double-A. In three games, Rodon allowed just one run in 10 2/3 innings for a 0.84 ERA.

Previously, Rodon signed a six-year, $162 million contract with the New York Yankees last winter. However, he was a disappointment when he went down with an injury just before the start of the season.카지노

The Yankees have been plagued by injuries to a number of players, with the latest being a potential season-ending injury to Jersey, who is out with a big toe injury.

In this situation, Rodon’s return is a welcome one. The New York Yankees are still in position to make a run at the American League wild card.

A healthy Rodon is a left-handed starter who can be a solid presence on the mound. He and Gerrit Cole have been touted as a one-two punch.

Last year, Rodon pitched 178 innings in 31 games for the San Francisco Giants, going 14-8 with a 2.88 ERA.

It will be interesting to see if Rodon, who has been labeled as a cyber pitcher, can give the Yankees hope with a good performance against the Chicago Cubs on April 8.

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