Here's what's really weird about Yankees' Luis Severino's injury

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Here's what's really weird about Yankees' Luis Severino's injury
Here's what's really weird about Yankees' Luis Severino's injury

NEW YORK — Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino said the injury doctors discovered a week ago wasn't actually new at all. In fact, Severino, diagnosed in early March with just right rotator cuff inflammation, said he's been feeling the Grade 2 lat strain that an MRI found — which the Yankees thought was a new problem — the whole time. “It happened that day," Severino said, referring to when he was shut down March 5 while warming up for a spring training start. With the lat problem and the shoulder issue, Severino — the Yankees' ace — likely won't be ready to return from the injured list until late June or early July. He won't be allowed to throw for at least another month before he starts getting

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