Odorizzi is out for the season.
On April 8 (Korean time), MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, announced that Texas Rangers right-hander Jake Odorizzi was out for the season.
According to MLB.com, Odorizzi underwent right shoulder surgery on the 6th. Odoriji’s surgery was arthroscopic debridement. The surgery was performed by Dr. Keith Meister, and Texas general manager Chris Young said Odorizzi will miss the entire season.
Odorizzi, a veteran born in 1990, joined Texas last November. Texas traded left-hander Colby Allard to the Atlanta Braves for Odoridge. Odorizzi, who started his last season with the Houston Astros and finished with Atlanta, went 6-6 with a 4.40 earned run average in 22 starts last year. 스포츠토토
Odorizzi had a physical problem since spring training. Odorizzi, who never pitched in exhibition games due to arm fatigue, started the season on the injured list and eventually underwent surgery.
Odorizzi, who signed a three-year, $29.5 million contract with Houston ahead of the 2021 season, is the last season of his contract. Odorizzi suffered an injury for the final year of his contract. Texas hoped that Odorizzi, who finished the season healthy last year, would help the starting rotation this season, but they never hired him and his contract ended.
Meanwhile, Odorizzi, who debuted with the Kansas City Royals in 2012, wore a Texas uniform through Kansas City, Tampa Bay Rays, Minnesota Twins, Houston, and Atlanta. He pitched 1,253.1 innings in 241 appearances in 11 big league seasons, went 74-69 with an earned run average of 3.99.