Justin Verlander (40, New York Mets), who was disappointed by being placed on the injured list ahead of the opening game at the end of March, will take the final stage of rehabilitation.
MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, announced on the 28th that Verlander will start a rehabilitation game in the minor league Double A on the 29th (hereinafter Korean time).
On the 29th, it is known that there is a rain forecast in the area where the game will be held. If the game is postponed due to rain, Verlander is expected to make a rehab appearance on the 30th.
Previously, Verlander was on the injured list on the 31st of last month due to inflammation of the right teres major muscle. His injury was not serious, but the disappointment of not being included in the opening roster was considerable.토토사이트
Afterwards, Verlander is in the final stages of his rehabilitation after pitching in the bullpen and playing simulation games. Verlander will only appear in one minor league rehab game.
His return is in early May. He will return during the Detroit Tigers away series scheduled for May 3-5. It’s a comeback match against the home team.
If Verlander plays a minor league rehab game on the 29th, his return game will be Game 2 on May 4th. This is to match the 5-day pitching interval.
Verlander, who will enter his 18th year in the majors, pitched 175 innings in 28 games last year, going 18-4 with a 1.75 earned run average.
Verlander is honored with his third Cy Young Award, following his previous wins in 2011 and 2019. He also signed a two-year, $86 million contract with the New York Mets.