Carlos Rodón will begin the regular season on the disabled list, due to a left forearm strain.
The information was provided this Thursday by Yankees manager Brian Cashman. The monticular will be without shooting for seven to 10 days.
Carlos Rodón agreed with the Yankees in the winter for six years and 162 million. But he has hardly been able to make a presentation in the preseason with the mules.
He allowed five runs in just over two innings against the Braves on Sunday.
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The left-hander, who spent seven years with the White Sox and one with the Giants, has been called up to the last two All-Star Games.
In 2022 he went 14-8 with a 2.88 ERA in 31 starts.