Effross needs Tommy John, will miss playoffs
“It’s a huge loss,” manager Aaron Boone said . “[We] feel bad for him. He’s a little bit heartbroken about it. It’s a blow. I mean, Scottie came in here and pitched really well. I think he’s going to be in our bullpen for us. Play a very important role. But now we just have to support him and get him right.”
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) Effross had an MRI on Saturday and the results came out the same day while excluding him from the ALDS roster and ending his postseason The first playoffs before the start of the game.
“Obviously you know that when you go in, it’s possible Look for what you don’t want to find,” Everos said. “For me, I find it a little shocking. … [I’m] obviously very disappointed and frustrated, but this is baseball. These things can happen. Just a little bit disappointed that I can’t go out and help the team.”
Effross and the Yankees are still going. He revealed details of his upcoming surgery and subsequent rehab, but said he has received “remarkable” support from his teammates, especially those at the club who have been through the process. teammate. The group includes Taillon, backup Zach Britton and starter Luis Severino, among others.
Meanwhile, Everos will watch as the Yankees start what they hope A long postseason trip, he’s sure the relief team will meet the challenges ahead.
why? Because that’s all he knows.
“Since I’m here, we have a lot of moving parts, A lot of moving parts, some people go down, some people come back, and really, it’s just that everyone out there is very resilient,” Effross said. “Everyone caught the ball when it needed to be done, did their job, and started pitching great.
“I’m looking forward to the same thing going forward and I’m very confident whoever gets the ball. “