Sport Freaky Friday: A night filled with star pitcher injuries

17:50  09 june  2018
17:50  09 june  2018 Source:   sbnation.com

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Most of the time, baseball is a wonderful part of our lives. It’s the friend who’s always there, and the most welcome of distractions as we make our way through this....tumultuous (sure, we’ll go with that) time. Sometimes, though, it has a tendency to rip our hearts out with little to no mercy and exactly no warning. That was the case on Friday for fans of many teams, as it seemed like the day consisted of a nonstop barrage of injuries to some of the more prominent pitchers in the game.

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The first, the most painful for us, and perhaps the most serious of all of these pitcher injuries came to Shohei Ohtani. The Angels two-way superstar had been dealing with some known blister problems for a few weeks now, but the diagnosis changed. Apparently, he felt some stiffness in his elbow while he was recovering from the blister, so the Angels got that checked out. He was diagnosed with a tear in his UCL and while no decisions have been made he’ll wait three weeks to be evaluated. Life is stupid. What’s the lesson here? Never go to the doctor, because then they can’t tell you what’s wrong with you and you’ll live forever. (Note: Don’t do that.)

Ohtani will, and should, get the most headlines among the injured pitchers, but he wasn’t the only prominent All-Star to go down. Over on the other coast in New York, a couple of the city’s best arms suffered injuries. In Queens, the Mets announced that Noah Syndergaard would not make his scheduled start on Sunday. Across town, playing against the Mets in Queens, the YankeesMasahiro Tanaka hurt himself running the bases andleft the game with injuries to both hamstrings. Universal DH now. Down south in Washington, Stephen Strasburg left after just two innings with shoulder discomfort, and he’ll head for an MRI. Finally, all the way back out west young budding star Walker Buehlerleft his start early with rib soreness. Got all that? Never pitch, kids.

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  • Earlier in the week the Royals had perhaps the best position of all teams in the draft. With it, they went extremely heavy on pitching.
  • Good news for A’s fans: Matt Olson is back to hitting dingers every time you look.
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