Equal John Denton explains for the MLB website, the right hand man of St. Louis Cardinals Jack Flaherty did not attend opening practice on Monday and he was then examined for a sore right shoulder on Tuesday.
The latest update on the situation isn’t promising as it concerns Flaherty’s condition during the early spring days.
Each Related press (h/t ESPN), Flaherty will consult a doctor for a second time after he undergoes imaging tests on Tuesday and presumably doesn’t like anything he hears after the incident. real.
“It would be nice to know what’s going on with him and what the plans are for him going forward,” manager Oliver Marmol told reporters about the 26-year-old on Thursday. “Our hope is that we’ll get it here soon.”
Flaherty is about to have a season where he made 17 appearances and recorded a 9-2 record with a 3.22 ERA and 1.06 WHIP. Based on Zachary Silver on the tournament’s website, Flaherty missed more than two months of the 2021 campaign due to oblique tension Initially he was in pain when he threw the ball but was likely to get worse when swinging the club. FanSided’s Mark Powell note St. Louis can go shopping for support if Flaherty misses multiple starts due to this latest issue.
The Cardinals open their spring practice schedule on Friday against the Houston Astros.