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Yankees RHP Clarke Schmidt (elbow) is scheduled for mound work at the end of this week, per Aaron Boone.
Schmidt was diagnosed with a flexor strain earlier this year and received a cortisone shot a couple of weeks ago to manage it. He has had 3-4 throwing sessions since then.
Yankees RHP Clarke Schmidt (elbow) has been given a cortisone shot.
Schmidt got a second opinion on his flexor strain and will aim to resume throwing by next week. He's currently on the 60-day injured list.
Yankees RHP Clarke Schmidt (elbow) is seeking a second opinion.
Schmidt has been sidelined since late-February due to "right common extensor tendon." The 25-year-old is still experiencing some discomfort.
The Yankees placed RHP Clarke Schmidt (elbow) on the 60-day injured list.
Schmidt is dealing with a strain in his pitching elbow but is expected to resume throwing soon. He'll likely be a factor in New York's pitching plans once he's back healthy.
Yankees' RHP Clarke Schmidt (right elbow strain) may start throwing soon, per manager Aaron Boone.
Schmidt earned seven strikeouts and allowed seven hits in 6.1 innings pitched during the 2020 MLB season. It'll be interesting to see where Schmidt lands on the Yankees' depth chart once he returns to action.