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Luis Severino

Luis Severino

#40P,
W
4
L
8
ERA
6.65
K
79
BB
34
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/218 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Sabana de la Mar, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Sports Illustrated New York Mets News, Analysis and More

    Former Yankees' Ace Believes He Can Bounce-Back With Mets Due To This Factor

    Former Yankees' Ace Believes He Can Bounce-Back With Mets Due To This Factor The New York Mets could be getting the old version of this former ace and All-Star pitcher, who used to shine across town with the Yankees. Author: Pat Ragazzo Updated: Feb 27, 2024 12:39 PM EST Original: Feb 27, 2024 In this story: New York Mets With the loss of ace starting pitcher Kodai Senga, who could miss several months with a shoulder injury, the New York Mets will have to lean on the rest of their rotation, which doesn't have much upside. However, they do have a former ace and All-Star starter in Luis Severino, who used to dominate for the Yankees once upon a time. The only issue is that it has been quite

  • New York Post

    Luis Severino believes improved sleep habits will help fatigue, performance for Mets

    PORT ST. LUCIE — Luis Severino spent the winter focused more on Zzzzzzs than potential Ks. As last season neared conclusion, the veteran right-hander had a conversation with Eric Cressey, the Yankees' director of player health and performance. Severino was finishing his season in The Bronx on the injured list with an oblique strain and Cressey wanted to know, among other things, about the pitcher's sleep habits. Severino divulged he had trouble sleeping. With Severino headed to free agency — he signed a one-year contract worth $13 million with the Mets in November — Cressey recommended the pitcher find a sleep specialist. In the offseason, Luis Severino has paid more attention to his sleep habits

  • NBC Sports

    Gleyber Torres enters final season ahead of free agency saying ‘I want to be a Yankee for life’

    Starting what could be his final season with the New York Yankees, Gleyber Torres was clear about his intent.