“For us, we are definitely on the conservative side,” according to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. Every player is different however, at shortstop that there are a great deal of different kinds of throws you need to make and different arm angles. We’re playing the game to be certain that there are not any setbacks.
He says should one of those pitchers be ready, they could still choose to push them back a start or two and let Hyun-Jin Ryu handle the date.
“He is doing really well,” Andrew Friedman said. “He has passed every individual test we have given him as far as leaving his feet on ground balls and getting up and getting to his arm. Running the bases. Taking a lot of swings. So now it is about doing it in a game and bouncing back and doing it again. That is the point in the progression where we are at right now”
Today it’s about doing this in a match and rebounding right back and doing this again. That is the point in the progression where we are now.”
So the run up to March 28 is upon us and I guess we will discover if Corey will be truly ready, we shall see.
Thanks to Clint Evans | Originally sourced from: Dodgers Nation