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Kluber out of pain from New York Yankees

Kluber out of pain from New York Yankees

Corey Kluber was just beginning to be the twice-winning Cy Young Award-winning pitcher after pitching a no-hitter, no-run game.

However, in the opening after the feat he had to leave the game with a sore shoulder, and after undergoing the appropriate tests, the New York Yankees received bad news about their starter.

In Wednesday’s pregame conference, manager Aaron Boone confirmed that Kluber’s MRI scan showed strain on the subscapularis muscle, so the pitcher will miss at least four weeks of the season.

Corey Kluber could barely pitch three two-run innings in Tuesday’s game. After the game, he said the departure had felt more like a precautionary act.

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During the 2020 season, Kluber could barely throw an inning as a broken shoulder quickly ended his participation.

The injury caused the teams to have some reservations about his hiring, however, the Yankees trusted him after the showcase he organized. (GG) (

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