Luke Hochevar bowled over hitters with fastballs and froze them with his curveballs this spring, but the organization still does not feel his surgically-reconstructed right elbow is “not ready for the rigors of a major-league bullpen right now,” manager Ned Yost said Tuesday. The decision to put Hochevar on the disabled list still does not settle the team’s ongoing roster debates.
Luke Hochevar bowled over hitters with fastballs and froze them with his curveballs this spring, but the organization still does not feel his surgically-reconstructed right elbow is “not ready for the rigors of a major-league bullpen right now,” manager Ned Yost said Tuesday. The decision to put Hochevar on the disabled list still does not settle the team’s ongoing roster debates. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Luke Hochevar bowled over hitters with fastballs and froze them with his curveballs this spring, but the organization still does not feel his surgically-reconstructed right elbow is “not ready for the rigors of a major-league bullpen right now,” manager Ned Yost said Tuesday. The decision to put Hochevar on the disabled list still does not settle the team’s ongoing roster debates. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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March 31, 2015 6:09 PM