After the news of Chris Sale and a discomfort in his arm, the MLB began to speculate if it was necessary to carry out the surgery of Tommy John to the pitcher.
Chris Sale is the best Boston Red Sox rotation pitcher, and due to a discomfort in his elbow a few days ago, the pitcher came out of the Spring Training rotation.
Now, after strong rumors of whether he would need Tommy John’s surgery, as happened with Yankee pitcher Luis Severino, the Red Sox can take a break, since according to MLB media, it will not be necessary.RELATED
HUGE NEWS coming from @Ken_Rosenthal
Chris Sale not headed for Tommy John surgery. #RedSox
– Red Sox on CLNS (@RedSoxCLNS) March 4, 2020
Although at the moment Sale is free of the visit to the operating room, the chances that the pitcher may require some kind of surgery in the future are not ruled out, since if the discomfort persists, they should see the MLB specialists who proceed.
We hope that Sale can improve and overcome this annoyance to see it in action in the MLB, since the Red Sox will need all the help possible after the departure of Mookie Betts and David Price.