Is Luis Severino Healthy?

Severino, who has a 14-2 record and a 2.12 ERA, was chosen for the 2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, making it two years in a row.



He concluded the first half of the season with a 14-2 record, a 2.31 earned run average (ERA), 20 starts, 144 strikeouts against 32 walks in 128 plus three innings, and a .209 opponent batting average, and a 1.01 WHIP.

Luis Severino
Luis Severino

Severino became just the fourth pitcher in history and the first for the Yankees to have 14 victories going into the All-Star break since Mel Stottlemyre has done so in 1969.



He finished the year with a 3.39 ERA and a 19-8 record. Of all pitchers in the major leagues, he had the highest line drive percentage (allowed) (25.9%).

He led all major league pitchers for the second year in a row with an average fastball velocity of 97.6 mph. In the 2018 American League Wild Card Game, Severino got things going.

A club option for a fifth season for an additional $12.25 million was included in Severino’s four-year, $40 million contract deal that he signed on February 15, 2019.

Severino’s right shoulder rotator cuff irritation was identified as the cause on March 15. He was sidelined as a result for the entire month of April.

On April 9, it was disclosed that Severino had been given a Grade 2 lat strain diagnosis, which would have kept him out for an extra six weeks.

It wasn’t until September that he participated in any rehab assignments. On September 17, 2019, he made his first start with the Yankees against the Los Angeles Angels in New York.

He went on to make two more starts throughout the regular season.

Is Luis Severino Healthy?

According to Severino, he was in good health. As for my arm, it felt great. However, even if the results weren’t great, the fact that I’m feeling fantastic still