Latest Injury News In Regards to Gausman, Manoah, Swanson and Romano: Recovery Timelines, and Future Plans Unveiled

Alamo Taylor
March 21, 2024  (9:35 PM)

Blue Jays Pitcher Kevin Gausman
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The Toronto Blue Jays might be starting this upcoming season with slight disadvantage, as not all injury recoveries have been fully determined. Blue Jays players Kevin Gausman, Erik Swanson, Jordan Romano and Alek Manoah have been recently injured.

Toronto Blue Jays provide injury updates on Gausman, Swanson, Romano and Manoah

Kevin Gausman's near future in pitching is still undecided as the team continues to assess his shoulder and when he will be starting in order to make the swiftest recovery. He has made an immense impact on the Toronto Blue Jays since joining the team, showcasing his exceptional pitching skills and providing stability to the rotation. His ability to consistently deliver quality starts, rack up strikeouts, and keep opposing hitters off balance has been important for the Blue Jays' success. Gausman's veteran presence and leadership on the mound have also had a positive influence on the team's younger pitchers, serving as a mentor and role model. His previous season shows him with an ERA of 3.16 in 31 games.
Erik Swanson took part in a throwing session on Thursday. After warming up his arm, Swanson supposedly expressed feeling excellent afterward. This leads the team to believe he very well may be in good health for the season. The right-handed pitcher had been dealing with forearm tightness, which had previously kept him out of action. Last season Swanson put up an ERA of 2.97 across 69 games, while this season's spring training stats show him at an ERA of 5.40 in only two games due to the injury.
Because of Jordan Romano' elbow injury, he recently underwent an MRI this week. The team will wait for the time being in order to make the proper decision on whether or not he can return. Romano had an ERA of 2.90 in 59 games last season, Fans await to see if he will return even stronger than ever.
Alek Manoah is looking to bounce back from shoulder discomfort. The pitcher aims to throw for a single inning during a batting practice as he works to regain his form and contribute effectively to the team. Manoah has only a single game in spring training, so going over his last year's stats seems to be a better understanding of his performance. Last year he had an ERA of 5.87 across 19 games.
source: usajaunnews
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Latest Injury News In Regards to Gausman, Manoah, Swanson and Romano: Recovery Timelines, and Future Plans Unveiled

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