Yankees' Luis Severino: Shut down with lat strain
Severino (shoulder) was diagnosed Tuesday with a Grade 2 lat strain and will be shut down for the next six weeks, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Severino underwent the MRI after he didn't feel right during his most recent session of long toss, but he apparently didn't aggravate his shoulder and suffered a new injury while rehabbing, per Adler. According to Jack Curry of YES Network, the 25-year-old may not return until early or mid-July, as it will take some time for him to build up his arm strength once he resumes throwing.
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