James Shields will stop throwing as he continues to rehab strained right lat muscle
The Chicago White Sox will have to wait a little longer as James Shields stops throwing as he slows down the rehab process of his strained right lat muscle
Not good news for the Chicago White Sox is slowing down a bit with James Shields. He just started to play catch on Tuesday but had a setback. James has been on the disabled list since April 18th and looks as if he is not close to returning.
“It’s kind of a slower process than I thought right now,” Shields said. “It’s not really responding the way I’d like it to be. We’re just going to keep moving forward.”
Renteria said they would let the lat “calm down” before proceeding to throw.
James Shields says that he is very disappointed because the rest of his body feels good. The righty even said that his arm feels fantastic, this is coming off a great start for him. Compared to the season he had last year, this season could have been his best and what the White Sox needed. A big blow to the team early in this season.