September 29, 2022

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Chris Seal has a stress fracture in his rib cage, and he won't be ready for Opening Day

Chris Seal has a stress fracture in his rib cage, and he won’t be ready for Opening Day

Red Sox Ice chris sel He has a stress fracture in his right rib cage and will not be ready for opening day, baseball chief Haim Blum told reporters today.Twitter links via Alex Speer of The Boston Globe). Bloom adds that it will take “weeks, not days” before a Ciel opponent is allowed to pick up the ball and start any form of throwing. However, Selling does not imply a timetable Other than saying that bones usually take six to eight weeks to heal. Sale was injured during lockdown, but was prevented from reporting it to the Red Sox until a new collective bargaining agreement was reached on March 10.

Sale joined Red Sox in a business deal in December 2016 and is in the third year of a five-year $145 million extension. Tommy John underwent surgery in March of 2020, which ultimately resulted in a gap of nearly exactly two years between MLB Hill appearances. In his nine starts in late 2021, he averaged 82 pitches per outing. Sale’s work hasn’t peaked at Cy Young-caliber, who is expected to be 32 and after a long layoff, but he’s still healthy with 28.4K% and 6.6BB% in his 42 1/3 innings. Two of Ciel’s three post-season starts were particularly short, but he was able to put in a solid 87-court effort in Game 5 of the NLCS against the Astros.

The prospect of losing the sale for more than a month into the 2022 season is a blow to the Red Sox.

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