Earlier this month, Royals relief pitcher Luke Hochevar underwent surgery to fix thoracic outlet syndrome, a neuogrnic issue caused by the compression of nerves near the neck and shoulder. He is set to return to spring training next year. In the meantime, all he can do is watch the Kansas City bullpen rise to the top in baseball with a different cast than the one that helped the Royals win the World Series last year.
Earlier this month, Royals relief pitcher Luke Hochevar underwent surgery to fix thoracic outlet syndrome, a neuogrnic issue caused by the compression of nerves near the neck and shoulder. He is set to return to spring training next year. In the meantime, all he can do is watch the Kansas City bullpen rise to the top in baseball with a different cast than the one that helped the Royals win the World Series last year. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
Earlier this month, Royals relief pitcher Luke Hochevar underwent surgery to fix thoracic outlet syndrome, a neuogrnic issue caused by the compression of nerves near the neck and shoulder. He is set to return to spring training next year. In the meantime, all he can do is watch the Kansas City bullpen rise to the top in baseball with a different cast than the one that helped the Royals win the World Series last year. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

Reliever Luke Hochevar cheers on the Royals while recovering from surgery

August 29, 2016 06:42 PM