This season, Jordan Romano was the ninth-inning pitcher needed for the Blue Jazz. His bad outings are rare and at the end of the season, Pitcher responded well.
But still, did you know that Pitcher did it during the injury?
In fact, during the last two months of the season, the relief jug worked despite the injury or knee injury. It didn’t really come out because of his good work.
So he had surgery and is recovering and is currently in Florida.
Apparently, he will not be able to train at the Blue Jays facilities due to the strike between players and teams. But at least he’s still in good standing at Justin Schaffer’s house.
In fact, six weeks after the operation, Pitcher considers that he still has a new knee. So the surgery was successful.
Not only that, but at the end of the season, doesn’t the pitcher squat properly before throwing? This is reliable because it is lined to the knee.
Apparently, he should be treated without the help of doctors, which complicates the matter. Let’s hope he treats himself the right way.
I also have the feeling that after 20 games in 2020, a hundred more games in 2021 and a ban on talking to therapists, there will be multiple injuries in 2022. But that is a different matter.
So Romano should be ready for 2022. Jails should add relief, but not necessarily Closer Because Canadian.