Severino (0-1) gave up two runs on five hits and three walks with six strikeouts over 4.1 innings in Tuesday's loss to Houston in Game 3 of the ALCS.
Both runs off of Severino came via the long ball, with Jose Altuve taking him deep in the first inning and Josh Reddick doing the same one inning later. Severino left the game with one out in the fifth after giving up a single to Michael Brantley and a walk to Alex Bregman. It was just the fifth start of the season for Severino, who missed most of the year with a shoulder injury before making three regular-season starts in September and another one in the ALDS against Minnesota.
Severino will start Game 3 of the American League Championship Series against Houston on Tuesday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Severino fired four scoreless innings during Game 3 of the ALDS against the Twins, and he'll get the ball in Game 3 of the ALCS after Masahiro Tanaka and James Paxton toe the rubber in Games 1 and 2.
Severino will start Game 3 of the American League Division Series against the Twins, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
The 25-year-old made only three starts in the regular season after missing the majority of the season due to shoulder and lat injuries but will be a part of a three-man rotation in the ALDS with James Paxton and Masahiro Tanaka. Severino owns a 1.50 ERA with 17 strikeouts in 12 innings pitched this year.
Severino (1-1) allowed two runs on a hit and four walks while striking out four over three innings, taking the loss versus the Rangers on Saturday.
Severino needed 72 pitches (44 strikes) to labor through his start, and a two-run double from Rougned Odor was enough to stick him with the loss. Those are the only runs Severino has allowed in three starts since returning from shoulder and lat injuries that kept him sidelined since the spring. Severino is expected to be a part of the rotation in the playoffs.
Severino (1-0) earned the win against Toronto on Sunday, completing five scoreless innings and giving up three hits. He struck out nine and did not walk any batters.
Severino appeared to be in peak form in his second start of the season, allowing only four baserunners in the dominant performance. After throwing 67 pitches in his debut, the 25-year-old was stretched to 80 on Sunday, making it through five innings to qualify for the win. Severino has not missed a beat despite sitting out most of the season with shoulder and lat injuries; through his first two starts, he has hurled nine scoreless innings while racking up 13 strikeouts. He'll make his final appearance of the regular season at Texas on Saturday before heading into the postseason.
Severino pitched four shutout innings, allowing only two hits with two walks and four strikeouts during a no-decision against the Angels on Tuesday.
With Severino returning from the IL, he was on a short leash. He only needed three more outs to qualify for the win, but really, owners couldn't have asked for anything more during his 2019 debut. For his career, Severino is 41-25 with a 3.51 ERA and 1.15 WHIP, and with the way he pitched Tuesday, it seems like he's nearly back to the level we're accustomed to seeing.
Severino (lat) was activated as expected ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday against the Angels.
Severino is finally ready to go after recovering from injuries that have held him back since spring training. He reached 64 pitches in his latest rehab start, so while he'll likely fall short of a normal starter's workload in his first outing of the season, he should be able to throw more than just a couple innings. The Yankees' primary concern for Severino down the stretch will likely be making sure he's able to contribute in the playoffs.
Severino (lat) confirmed Friday that he will start Tuesday against the Angels, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports.
Tuesday will be Severino's first big-league appearance of the season after he dealt with injury issues dating back to spring training. He won't be able to handle a full starter's workload right away, but he did reach 64 pitches in his final rehab start, so he should be able to pitch fairly deep into the game as long as he's efficient.
Severino (lat) is expected to start Tuesday's game against the Angels, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
He is set to rejoin the rotation next week, as expected. Severino has built up to 64 pitches during rehab starts and hit 98 mph with his fastball, so he could go deep enough to qualify for the win. He isn't likely to be his dominant pre-injury self right out of the gate, but he still makes for a decent option in most formats given team context and his upside as a frontline starter.
Severino (lat) indicated that he expects to join the Yankees as a starter in four to five days, Matt Kardos of MLB.com reports.
Severino made his final minor-league rehab start with Double-A Trenton on Wednesday, tossing 3.2 innings and allowing four runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out four. He threw 64 pitches -- surpassing his previous rehab high by 14 -- and hit 98 mph with his fastball. Severino is certain to be on a strict pitch count upon his return, though he could have three starts to build up his stamina before the beginning of the playoffs. His first appearance for the Yankees is likely to come at home against the Angels on Tuesday.
Severino (lat) will make one more rehab start Wednesday for Double-A Trenton before rejoining the big-league rotation, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports.
This would put him on track to rejoin the big-league rotation Sept. 17 at home against the Angels. He will throw 60-plus pitches in this final tuneup in the minors. Severino has given up three earned runs while striking out seven and walking none in four innings across two rehab starts.
Manager Aaron Boone said Severino (lat) could make his next start for Double-A Trenton, but the team has yet to make a final decision for his next appearance, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Severino made his second rehab appearance with Trenton on Friday and the Yankees are expected to decide this weekend their plans for his next outing. The 25-year-old threw 50 pitches over three innings Friday, which provides some idea of his potential usage should he next appear in the majors. Per Adler, Boone also said that Severino will not follow an opener and will be used as a traditional starter.
Severino (lat) will have the next step in his rehab decided by Sunday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Severino made his second minor-league rehab appearance Friday for Double-A Trenton, tossing 50 pitches in three innings and allowing one run on five hits while striking out five. Following Severino's performance, Yankees manager Aaron Boone indicated that the 25-year-old's next step would be decided in discussions taking place within the organization over the next 24-48 hours. Trenton plays again Tuesday, so he could be in line for another rehab start with the Double-A squad next week, or the Yankees may elect to bring him up to the big club to continue his recovery in the majors.
Severino's (lat) rehab outing for Double-A Trenton on Friday will be his final one if all goes well, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
It appeared as though the Yankees were hoping to activate Severino soon, and manager Aaron Boone confirmed as much Friday. Severino will aim for three innings (45-50 pitches), which gives an idea of the workload the Yankees expect him to be able to handle when he first returns.
Severino (lat) will throw 45-50 pitches over about three innings in his rehab appearance with Double-A Trenton on Friday, Greg Johnson of The Trentonian reports.
Severino hurled 33 pitches in his first rehab outing with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Sunday, so the increased pitch count suggests that a return to the Yankees is right around the corner. The 25-year-old is expected to pitch in relief when first activated, though he could work his way back into the rotation by the end of September.
Severino (lat) will pitch for Double-A Trenton on Friday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Severino was originally scheduled to make another rehab appearance with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, but with inclement weather forcing a change to the scheduling of its playoff series he will instead head to Trenton. The 25-year-old gave up a pair of runs in one inning during his first rehab appearance Sunday. Should all go well in his second outing, he could return to the Yankees in the coming week.
Severino (lat) will make another rehab appearance Friday for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
The Yankees are trying to get Severino ready to go after missing the entire season to date with a lat strain. He struggled in his only rehab appearance thus far and doesn't have much time to make it back before the end of the season, though he's expected to initially work out of the bullpen, so he won't have to build up to a starter's workload before being activated.
Severino (lat) gave up two runs on three hits while striking out two over one inning in his rehab start Sunday for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
While making his 2019 debut in affiliated ball, Severino unsurprisingly looked a little rusty. He needed 33 pitches just to record three outs and struggled to command his offerings, ceding a home run and a double as part of the three hits he allowed. On a more positive note, Conor Foley of The Scranton Times-Tribune relays that Severino induced six swinging strikes in his inning of work and sported a fastball that sat around 94-to-96 miles per hour. The Yankees haven't mapped out the next steps for Severino, but since the team intends to bring him back as a reliever, he may only need a couple more outings at Triple-A before being reinstated from the 60-day injured list.
Severino (lat) is now scheduled to make a rehab appearance Sunday with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, not Double-A Trenton as originally reported, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
The change in plans doesn't appear to have any bearing on Severino's timeline for eventually making his season debut. It's not clear how many rehab outings the Yankees plan for Severino to make, but he may not require too many since he's expected to return initially as a reliever.
Severino (lat) will start a rehab assignment Sunday with Double-A Trenton, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Manager Aaron Boone previously suggested Severino could begin his rehab stint Sunday, and his 35-pitch, two-inning simulated game Tuesday proved to be the final hurdle before it became official. It's not fully clear how many minor-league games the 25-year-old is expected to require, but he should be ready to go fairly early in September since he's initially expected to work out of the bullpen.
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