Warriors pitcher Mike Soroka has been battling a torn Achilles tendon, but his doom continues to come with a setback in his recovery.
Mike Soroka is no stranger to doom. The young Atlanta Braves pitcher fell victim to the situation for the first time in 2020, when he was just 21 years old after an All-Star last season and suffered a torn Achilles while running to first base.
The doom continues when he returns to the Diamond Course in 2021. As he neared the start of his rehab mission, Soroka felt a thump as he walked to the clubhouse and was forced to undergo a second operation on his Achilles tendon, something he is now trying on his way back from him Work.
Unfortunately, his misfortune also continued during this recovery phase.
According to Justin, Soroka was pitching while preparing for his first rehab assignment in Florida when he was reportedly hit in the knee by a comeback, which will slow down his return schedule, which will soon be his First rehab start postponed to an undetermined date in Toscano atlanta magazine constitution.
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The good news is that Soroka was only bruised by the returner’s knee, and the injury is not serious. Yet it’s still very frustrating that something like this happened to a player who worked so hard to get back to the mound.
Still, assuming he can avoid any other outlier mishaps, Soroka has hope of returning and being a key figure in the Warriors’ rotation. Still only 24 (he turns 25 in August), he’s already showing elite major league stuff.
Warriors fans and baseball fans alike will be delighted to see Soroka weather this latest injury, continue his recovery and finally get back on track with a promising career.