Tommy Kahnle (biceps) expected to resume throwing Friday
by Brenton Kemp | Yankees Correspondent | Fri, Mar 17th 6:31pm EDT
New York Yankees pitcher Tommy Kahnle is expected the resume throwing after being shut down due to right biceps tendinitis. (MLB.com)
It's been a tough go for Kahnle who has made just 14 appearances over the last three seasons due to Tommy John surgery but managed to land a two-year deal in his return to the Yankees this winter. Kahnle didn't miss a beat despite the lengthy time off, tossing a 2.84 ERA along with a strong 23.9% K-BB% in 13 appearances spanning 12 2/3 innings with the Dodgers in 2022. Kahnle will be hard-pressed for saves and holds in a crowded Yankees bullpen in 2023.
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