Injury Riddled Pitcher ''Feels Healthy'' Heading Into 2023

He has not pitched in a major league game since the 2020 season.

Pitcher Trevor Rosenthal said on Thursday that he's back to full health and is looking forward to continuing his pitching career in 2023.
Rosenthal actually enjoyed a nice bounce-back season in 2020, when he posted a 1.90 ERA, 0.85 WHIP, and 38 strikeouts over 23.2 innings of work with the Kansas City Royals and San Diego Padres.

Following that season, Rosenthal signed a one-year, $11 million deal with the Oakland Athletics, but never made it into a game with the team after undergoing thoracic outlet syndrome surgery and then surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip a couple of months later.

The thirty-two-year-old looked like he was ready to make a return to the MLB in 2022 after he signed with the San Francisco Giants, and was later traded to the Milwaukee Brewers, but a hamstring injury and then a lat injury prevented him from getting into a game.

Although he has the potential to be a solid bullpen option for a team, because of his injury concerns he may not get more than a minor-league deal this offseason.
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