Injury Update On Boston Red Sox Starting Pitcher

He's missed nearly two seasons.

Boston Red Sox starter James Paxton is reportedly healthy and will not have any limitations this spring.

Paxton looks to finally be healthy and ready to make his Red Sox debut after missing almost two seasons rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.

Paxton is scheduled, as of right now, to be in the Red Sox' starting rotation, but with his struggles to stay healthy, it's not yet clear how exactly the team will use him to start the season.

Over his nine-year career, the thirty-four-year-old holds a 3.59 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, with 831 strikeouts across 754.2 innings of work. 

It'll be interesting to see how Paxton performs this spring.

The former fourth-round pick has spent seven seasons with the Seattle Mariners and another two with the New York Yankees over his career.
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