Luis Severino RUMORS & NEWS

  • Yanks' Luis Severino open to pitching out of bullpen

    ESPN "Injured New York Yankees starter Luis Severino is so ready to get back on a big league pitcher's mound that he indicated Monday he would be comfortable changing his role, and pitching out of the bullpen, if necessary. "I just want to pitch," Severino..." July 16

  • Yankees’ Luis Severino and Dellin Betances had themselves a friendly game of rehab catch on Monday

    New York Daily News "Hours before the Yankees took on the Rays at the Stadium, perhaps the biggest pitches of the season’s second half were thrown. In shallow right field, Luis Severino and Dellin Betances played a very controlled and monitored game of catch. It was an important step in their rehab throwing..." July 16

  • Luis Severino, Dellin Betances Cleared To Begin Throwing Programs

    MLB Trade Rumors "Injuries have prevented star Yankees right-handers Luis Severino and Dellin Betances from pitching in 2019, but that could change in the coming weeks. Severino and Betances have been medically cleared to begin throwing programs Monday, per reports from Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News..." July 14

  • Luis Severino’s Yankees return could come with caveat

    New York Post "In what has become a staple of Aaron Boone’s pregame meeting with the media, the Yankees’ manager was asked Friday about the status of his injured players. There was some positive news on first baseman Luke Voit, who is expected to be activated from the injured list..." July 13

  • Luis Severino still needs “six or more” weeks before returning

    Hardball Talk "Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman said today that pitcher Luis Severino will likely need “six or more” weeks before he’ll be ready to return to game action. Severino has been out all season due to lat and shoulder issues. He may resume throwing as early..." July 12

  • Yankees admit mistakes were made with Luis Severino’s rehab

    New York Daily News "Brian Cashman admitted that mistakes were made. The Yankees GM admitted Luis Severino was allowed to begin his throwing program before he was fully healed, causing more setbacks for the right-handed ace. “In hindsight, he never should have started his throwing program,”..." June 30

  • Luis Severino Reportedly Out Until At Least Late August

    MLB Trade Rumors "An MRI this week showed that Yankees ace Luis Severino’s injured lat is 90 percent healed, but that doesn’t mean he’s closing in on his 2019 debut. While the hope was Severino would return sometime in July, he’ll be out until at least late August, George A. King III of..." June 30

  • Yankees’ Luis Severino has setback rehabbing from Grade 2 lat strain

    North Jersey "The Yankees won’t be getting pitcher Luis Severino back shortly after the All-Star break like they had been hoping for months. They might not get their ace back in August. At this point, it’s unclear if the two-time All-Star will pitch at all this..." June 29

  • Luis Severino expects to throw from mound next week

    Sportsnaut "Luis Severino still has many steps to go before returning to the mound. Still, the New York Yankees ace is making significant progress. On Tuesday, Severino noted that he expects to throw from the mound some time next week. That’s the first step towards his eventual..." June 18

  • Luis Severino’s, Dellin Betances’ similar injuries aren’t necessarily red flags

    New York Daily News "The similarities are shocking. Luis Severino’s injuries this spring started in his right shoulder. Now, 16 weeks later he is slowly and carefully working his way back from a strained lat. This week, Dellin Betances seemed on the cusp of returning from the shoulder issues that..." June 13

  • Yankees’ Luis Severino gives progress report on his health

    New York Post "Luis Severino couldn’t predict when he will throw off a mound, but he knew it had been almost three weeks since he has felt any discomfort in his right shoulder or lat muscle. “Twenty-something days,’’ Severino said before the Yankees’ 4-3 loss to..." June 05

  • Luis Severino thinks he can return before All-Star break

    Larry Brown Sports "Luis Severino appears to be nearing the light at the end of the tunnel. The injured New York Yankees righty said on Tuesday that he made 50 throws at 60 feet the day before and feels encouraged, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. Severino also said that his next step is to throw on..." June 04

  • Luis Severino plans to begin throwing this week

    Larry Brown Sports "Luis Severino has not yet made his 2019 debut as he continues to recover from an injury he suffered in spring training, but the New York Yankees ace is getting closer to making his return. On Monday, Severino told reporters he expects to receive medical clearance this week and resume..." May 27

  • Luis Severino won't return until after All-Star Game; Clint Frazier, others, nearing activation

    CBS Sports "The New York Yankees have been plagued by injury more than any other team in baseball. The Yankees entered Sunday with 13 players on the mend and having already lost 447 days to injury on the year -- the next-closest team, the Pittsburgh Pirates, haven't even lost 400 days. General manager..." May 05

  • Luis Severino’s Injury Remains a Mystery. Detective Brian Cashman Is on the Case.

    New York Times "As the Yankees try to determine how, exactly, their ace Luis Severino sustained a significant strain of his latissimus dorsi muscle while recovering from a shoulder injury, General Manager Brian Cashman has a new nickname for the endeavor. “I call it ‘CSI: The Bronx’..." April 19

  • From inflammation to lat muscle strain, Luis Severino’s worsening diagnosis remains a mystery

    New York Daily News "Luis Severino is convinced that he suffered the strained lat muscle the same day he was shut down before his first scheduled spring training start. The Yankees’ injured ace was in the Bronx before Wednesday’s series-finale against the Red Sox and said that despite the fact the..." April 18

  • Yankees P Luis Severino to be shut down 6 weeks with lat injury

    Larry Brown Sports "The New York Yankees will be without one of their top pitchers for extended time. The Yankees announced on Tuesday that Luis Severino will be shut down for six weeks due to a lat injury. This is different from his shoulder issue earlier in the spring. April 10

  • Luis Severino needs another MRI as Yankees’ alarms go off

    New York Post "In a season of concerns, the Yankees’ biggest is growing. Luis Severino, who began the season on the injured list, did not feel well after a recent throwing session, Aaron Boone said Monday. The Yankees’ ace is heading back to New York for another MRI. The first MRI, last..." April 08

  • Yankees’ Luis Severino ‘fine’ after test of achy shoulder

    New York Post "Twenty-five tosses from 60 feet on flat ground by the staff ace isn’t much to get excited about, but when Yankees right-hander Luis Severino completed that mundane exercise Wednesday, it had to be viewed as tiny progress. “It felt pretty normal, felt a little off maybe..." March 21

  • Yanks' Severino throws pitches off flat ground

    ESPN "New York Yankees' starter Luis Severino returned to baseball activities Wednesday, playing catch for the first time since being diagnosed with right rotator cuff inflammation. Severino threw 25 pitches at about 60 feet from flat ground. "I just feel a little bit off because..." March 20

  • Yankees' Luis Severino out until May with rotator cuff injury

    The Score "Luis Severino's absence will be longer than initially anticipated. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman revealed Friday that the All-Star right-hander, who was shut down early in spring training due to an inflamed rotator cuff, is now expected to miss the entire..." March 15

  • Luis Severino setback gives opportunity to another 'sharp' Yankees pitcher

    New York Daily News "Jonathan Loaisiga is making his case. A day after the Yankees said that Luis Severino will miss the start of the season, the young right-hander went out Wedenesday and pitched to earn one of the two now open spots in the rotation. “Good. Really good early. I thought he..." March 07

  • Luis Severino on his shoulder injury: 'I knew something was wrong'

    Newsday "Upon releasing his first slider of the day, Luis Severino didn’t feel right. "I knew something was wrong,” the righthander said Wednesday morning. Severino was shut down for two weeks after an MRI taken late Tuesday afternoon revealed inflammation in..." March 06

  • With Luis Severino sidelined, how should Yankees approach filling gap in rotation?

    Sporting News ""Luis Severi-oh-no!" That was the collective cry of Yankees fans Tuesday when news broke that Severino was broken — at least partially, with a bum rotator cuff, an injury that will keep him out for at least a month.  A friendly reminder:..." March 06

  • Luis Severino worry: Yankees ace scratched with shoulder discomfort

    New York Post "The Braves-Yankees spring training game on Tuesday was delayed by seven minutes while the Yankees prepared Stephen Tarpley to take Luis Severino’s start. The Yankees announced in the top of the first inning that Severino, the staff ace who was supposed to make his first..." March 05

  • Luis Severino shut down for two weeks with rotator cuff inflammation

    Newsday "Luis Severino was a late scratch – a very late one – from his spring training debut because of what the club described as “right shoulder discomfort.” Severino underwent an MRI on Tuesday and will be shut down for at least two weeks. "Rotator..." March 05

  • With Yankees locking up Hicks and Severino, Betances and Gregorius could follow

    SNY TV "All through the offseason, as we tracked Bryce Harper and Manny Machado's free agencies, the Yankees' couldn't have been more clear about their current philosophy. It's just that many in the public and fan base didn't want to believe..." February 25

  • Luis Severino, Yankees avoid arbitration with new four-year contract

    Larry Brown Sports "The New York Yankees and Luis Severino had an arbitration hearing scheduled for later this month to determine the star pitcher’s salary for 2019, but that will no longer be necessary. According to numerous reports, the Yankees have signed Severino to a four-year, $40 million..." February 15

  • Report: Luis Severino, Yankees talking contract extension

    Larry Brown Sports "The Philadelphia Phillies were able to take care of starting pitcher Aaron Nola before the two sides ended up in an arbitration hearing, and it sounds like the New York Yankees are hoping to do the same with Luis Severino. Severino has an arbitration hearing set for later this month,..." February 13

  • Yankees' Luis Severino changes diet after late-season fatigue

    ESPN "It really pains Luis Severino to admit this, but tostones are now out of his life. The New York Yankees ace and self-proclaimed fiend of the tasty twice-fried plantains has cut them out of his diet, along with other delectable treats, in an effort to more..." February 13

  • Luis Severino isn’t sure what to believe after ALDS pitch-tipping fiasco

    New York Post "It’s been just over four months since Luis Severino was rocked for six runs in just three innings in a Game 3 loss to the Red Sox in the ALDS, a performance that led to questions about his preparation, as well as to the possibility the right-hander was tipping his..." February 12

  • Yankees' Luis Severino determined to return to last season's first-half form

    Newsday "Luis Severino can’t say for certain tipping his pitches led to a mostly lousy second half last season and the righthander getting shelled by the Red Sox in Game 3 of the American League Division Series. But he is well aware of the speculation and video that went viral of..." February 11

  • If Luis Severino isn't an ace in 2019, It will reverberate this season and beyond

    SNY TV "Every baseball club with realistic postseason aspirations requires an anchor for the starting rotation, the proverbial "ace." World Series championship caliber teams are led by a stalwart, ever-dependent hurler that dominates more often than not or digs deep and wins when..." January 30