Gerrit Cole won’t pitch in opposition to the White Sox on Tuesday.
The Astros righty – and American League Cy Younger contender – was warming up for Recreation 2 of a double-header in opposition to the White Sox when he promptly stopped.
He was within the bullpen however left and went to the dugout pointing at his leg within the course of.
Gerrit Cole simply walked out the bullpen pointing at his leg 😤
– Kevin Vázquez (55-48)🐻🇺🇸 (@buschlitepapi) August 14, 2019
Chris Devenski will begin the sport.
Chris Devenski is beginning for the @astros as an alternative of Gerrit Cole, who was scheduled to begin the second sport of the doubleheader. No announcement has been made to elucidate why.
– Jose de Jesus Ortiz (@OrtizKicks) August 14, 2019
It’s unclear why Cole left his warmup session and the leg concern is barely a report, so there may be nothing definitive as of but.
The 28-year-old is 14-5 this season with a 2.87 ERA with 226 strikeouts in 156 2/three innings pitched.
He’s a free agent after the season.
This story will likely be up to date.