October 24, 2021

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Blue Jays’ Nate Pearson identified with flexor strain in pitching arm

Blue Jays' Nate Pearson diagnosed with flexor strain in pitching arm

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Nate Pearson has been identified with a flexor pressure in his pitching arm, in accordance to manager Charlie Montoyo.

Montoyo claims Pearson’s aim is to perform capture this weekend.

Pearson, 24, was placed on the injuries checklist on Aug. 19 with what was described at the time as ideal elbow tightness immediately after alerting the group to the problem subsequent his past outing on Aug. 18 versus the Baltimore Orioles. The difficult-throwing correct-hander pitched 4 innings in that recreation, enabling four hits, 5 operates and three walks with a few strikeouts.

In 4 commences this season, Pearson has a 6.61 Era and 14 strikeouts.

In other damage information, nearer Ken Giles threw a bullpen session on Tuesday and could most likely enter the discussion to pitch video games shortly if almost everything progresses to approach. Giles has been on the injured record considering the fact that July 27 with a ideal forearm pressure.

Montoyo also advised reporters that Bo Bichette, who has been out because Aug. 16 with a right knee damage, has been progressing well. The Blue Jays supervisor hopes Bichette can resume some baseball routines this coming weekend.

Standard supervisor Ross Atkins stated in a Zoom availability past Thursday that he was “extremely optimistic” Bichette would return to the field once again in 2020.