Severino (lat) threw from 60 feet 50 times Monday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Severino felt optimistic following his latest throwing session, and his next step will be to successfully throw on back-to-back days. The right-hander appears on track to be activated from the 60-day injured list soon after the All-Star break.
Severino (lat) will travel with the team to continue his throwing program, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports. Severino has thrown three times in the past week and has apparently remained pain-free as he will continue his throwing program. He's still thrown only off flat ground but will continue to stretch out his arm until he is able to participate in long toss. Severino won't return until after the All-Star break, but this news is still positive for his eventual return this season.
Severino (lat) was throwing off flat ground again Friday, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports. It's the third time this week Severino has played catch as he is gradually stretching out his throwing distance. Once the 25-year-old is able to participate in long toss, he should be able to advance to throwing off a mound. Severino won't make his return prior to the All-Star break.
Severino (lat) was able to throw off flat ground Wednesday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Severino has now thrown on two occasions this week, a positive sign as he continues to work back from a right lat strain. The Yankees plan to have Severino gradually stretch out his throwing distance over the next week or two before he resumes mound work. Severino has already been ruled out through the All-Star break.
Severino (lat) is visiting a doctor Monday in hopes of being cleared to play catch, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Severino hasn't felt any pain in his strained lat for approximately three weeks. He hopes to be able to throw off flat ground Monday or Tuesday. It's an important step in his road to recovery, though he remains not particularly close to a return to action.
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