News Health: Atlanta Braves right-hander Mike Soroka dominated the mound for the first time in more than two calendar years on Tuesday night. Soroka, who has been sidelined for most of the past two years with an Achilles injury, has struck out eight of his 14 batters he has faced and pitched four scoreless innings in minor league rehab. Did.
“I’m happy for him. He must want to get things going. It’s been a long time since he’s been under the lights.” “It’s nice to see him begin the rehabilitation process,” Braves manager Brian Snicker told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution earlier this week. Strike) and reportedly sat at 92-94 mph at his trademark 92-94 mph.
Now that he’s been over a year away from his second Achilles surgery, Soroka has spent the last few weeks at the Atlanta Spring. . The Braves haven’t revealed how many times Soroka will start rehab, but the fact that he pitched 45 pitches in four innings on Tuesday suggests it may not be a long rehab.