Chicago Cubs rotation is examined by Marcus Stroman happening injured listing, Kyle Hendricks banged up
The well being of the Chicago Cubs rotation is rapidly changing into a priority.
The Cubs positioned right-hander Marcus Stroman on the 15-day injured listing Friday, retroactive to Tuesday, with proper shoulder irritation. Stroman hasn’t felt proper since coming back from the COVID IL on May 19, in response to supervisor David Ross.
“The hope right now is that we can get him back as soon as possible,” Ross stated. “When you get bumps and bruises, you’re not at 100%. It affects everybody’s performance.”
It’s additionally unclear when right-hander Kyle Hendricks will make his subsequent begin. Hendricks is “dealing with some stuff,” Ross stated Friday, which is why the Cubs have given him additional relaxation. Hendricks, who threw a bullpen Friday, hasn’t began since June 1.
“He’ll pitch in the near future,” Ross stated. “If Kyle didn’t have something going on, he’d pitch.”
The Cubs have been dealt one other potential blow Friday evening. Hours after he was activated from the IL, left-hander Wade Miley exited Friday’s begin with left shoulder soreness.
Miley threw three scoreless innings towards the Yankees, strolling one and placing out two batters. He began warming up for the fourth inning and rapidly stopped as Ross and a coach ran out to examine on him. Miley, at that time, got here out. Left-hander Daniel Norris had already been warming up and was referred to as on in reduction.
The left shoulder soreness is a discouraging growth for Miley after he spent 15 days on the IL with a left shoulder pressure.
The Cubs haven’t but introduced who will begin Sunday’s sequence closing at Yankee Stadium.
“There’s no secret formula I’ve got,” Ross stated. “I want those guys out there for sure.”
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