‘Shoulder Surgery’ Kershaw to Return to Second Half of Minor Rehabilitation Game Soon

Clayton Kershaw (36, Los Angeles Dodgers), who underwent shoulder surgery last year, is increasing his rehabilitation intensity with the aim of returning after the All-Star break.

The Orange County Register, a local media outlet in Los Angeles, reported on the same day that Kershaw played a simulation game at Dodger Stadium on the 14th (Korean time).

On the day, Kershaw checked his physical condition by pitching about three innings. Kershaw will now play a minor league rehabilitation game to learn how to play.

Kershaw is expected to return to the starting rotation of the Los Angeles Dodgers soon after the All-Star break. 토토사이트 추천

Kershaw had surgery in November last year to repair the left shoulder shoulder, upper arm ligament and joint sac. Kershaw has since signed a one-plus-one-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Since then, Kershaw has begun full-fledged rehabilitation training, starting with bullpen pitching in early May, and is now set to take the mound in a minor league rehabilitation game.

Kershaw pitched 13 2/3 innings in 24 games last year, recording 13-5 with a 2.46 ERA. He performed well even though he was sidelined due to injury in July and early August.

Now an old pitcher who is nearing his late 30s, he can still display powerful performance on the mound. First and second, he needs to be careful not to get injured.

As a result, if Kershaw can return to his normal appearance, it is expected to bring great power to the LA Dodgers mound after the All-Star break.

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