New York Mets starter Max Scherzer canceled a scheduled appearance.

The Mets announced on the 10th (Korean time) that Scherzer, who was scheduled to start the day before the away game against the Cincinnati Reds, had to cancel the pitch due to neck cramps.

According to what Scherzer later revealed to local media such as ‘’, local time last Sunday, during training, he felt an abnormality in his neck and received treatment, but the condition worsened after that, eventually giving up the mound.

Scherzer has previously suffered from neck problems. He also gave up his World Series appearance in 2019 when he was with the Washington Nationals.

In an interview with the local media, he explained the situation, saying, “After getting an injection of Toradol (a type of anti-inflammatory painkiller) and throwing it out, I hoped everything would be okay, but this time it didn’t work.”

He continued, “I can look everyone in the eye and say, ‘Look, I didn’t do anything to make this worse.’ I did everything to prevent this from happening. If I have to despair about this, it’s because I’m trying to overcome these problems and throw well, but I’m not throwing well.”토토사이트

Scherzer, who is in his second year of three years and $130 million, has gone 2-2 with a 5.56 ERA in five games, throwing 22 2/3 innings.

He is not in good shape either. He has been plagued with shoulder and back problems throughout the season. On April 21, he was placed on the injured list, before returning in early May.

Left-hander David Peterson was called up from Triple-A and will start instead. To make his place, right-hander Jimmy Yacabonis was placed on the disabled list with a left quadriceps sprain.

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