The confusion reigns in this very moment in the clubhouse of the New York Yankees, after minutes before its opening agreed today against the Tampa Bay Rays, ace Luis Severino was taken out of the line unexpectedly by manager Aaron Boone .
According to information from ESPN's Enrique Rojas, the Dominican pitcher completed all of his warm-up routines before his scheduled start, but he did not do the bullpen session prior to the match, so manager Boone put Stephen's pitcher on an emergency warm-up. Tarpley for him to open the game.
Minutes after the unannounced decision of Aaron Boone was announced, the Yankees announced through their Twitter account that Luis Severino felt discomfort in his shoulder just before starting the game, so manager Aaron Boone did not want to risk his pitcher and removed it before starting its opening.
Luis Severino was scratched from today's start with right shoulder discomfort. He will undergo further evaluation and examination this afternoon.— New York Yankees (@Yankees) March 5, 2019
In addition, the Yankees announced that they will examine Severino's shoulder to determine how serious this discomfort is that the Dominican felt.