Korean pitcher Mitch White (29) of the Toronto Blue Jays had a setback in preparing for the season.

Toronto coach John Schneider said in an interview with local media such as ‘Sportsnet’ on the 17th (Korean time) that White토토사이트 felt symptoms of shoulder impingement syndrome during pitching training in early January.

He added that White was “a bit behind in terms of pitching up” because of the issue.

Traded from the Los Angeles Dodgers to Toronto during last season, White threw 43 innings in 10 games, 5 losses and a 7.74 ERA. He posted a 1.744 WHIP with 0.6 home runs per 9 innings, 3.3 walks and 6.5 strikeouts.

Although he succeeded in suppressing the home run, he was left with regret by getting too many hits.

He is one of Toronto’s top five contenders this season, but his entry into the opening rotation was put on red flags as preparations for the season were disrupted.

Another top five candidate is Yusei Kikuchi, who is entering the second season of a three-year, $36 million contract.

Kikuchi went 6-7 with a 5.19 ERA over 100 2/3 innings in 32 games last season. He posted a 1.500 WHIP with 2.1 home runs per 9 innings, 5.2 walks and 11.1 strikeouts.

He greeted the season with the opening rotation, but was sluggish and was eventually demoted to the bullpen during the season. This time, I challenge to restore my honor.

Director Schneider said, “I like what I have shown so far. It’s a little bit of a change in the path of his arm. I put a lot of time and effort into this throughout the offseason,” he said, praising Kikuchi’s preparation for the season.

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