Adbert Alzolay releases his arm again after his injury

The native of San Félix has not done baseball activities in two months

Adbert alzolay
Albert Alzolay. (Photo: Agencies)

El Venezuelan pitcher, Adbert Alzolay, was discharged from the Chicago Cubs this Friday; to release his arm again after the strain he suffered in his right shoulder in mid-March. Reported journalist Jordan Bastian.

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The Venezuelan practiced lightly at the Cubs' camp in Arizona for the first time since Jed Hoyer; The club's president of baseball operations announced the injury after the team complexes were opened on March 16.

Similarly, the 27-year-old right-hander presented a right dorsal strain; for which he also went on the disabled list in 2018 and caused him to miss almost four months of play, which delayed his major league debut until the following season.

For his part, Alzolay received an injection of platelet-rich plasma; and he was placed on the 60-day disabled list, taking time off from all baseball activity until Friday morning. However, he will still have to spend significant time on inactive status to fully recover and integrate into the North Chicago rotation.

However, Adbert Alzolay; who has three years of experience in the best baseball in the world, left a 4.58 ERA with 128 strikeouts, 34 walks and a 1.16 WHIP in 29 appearances (21 as a starter) and 125 innings and two-thirds of work in 2021.

In turn, he holds a lifetime record of 7-15, with a 4.58 ERA, a WHIP of 1.21, a strikeout rate per nine chapters of 9.60 and a strike percentage of 65% in 39 games pitched and 159.1 innings; where the opposition hit him for a .230 average with a .730 OPS.

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