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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Still not throwing

    Trivino (elbow) hasn't resumed throwing since being shut down in early May, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

    It was reported May 12 that Trivino was in the midst of a 3-to-4 week shutdown period, and although it's been three weeks since the announcement, the 30-year-old has yet to start throwing again. At this time, there's no timeline for Trivino's throwing program to begin, but it's safe to assume he'll be out until at least the All-Star break.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Hits snag in recovery process

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Sunday that Trivino experienced inflammation in his surgically repaired right elbow in late April and is in the midst of a 3-to-4-week shutdown period, MLB.com reports. "He won't throw for a couple of more weeks, and then [will] start ramping up again," Boone said.

    Trivino underwent Tommy John surgery May 3, 2023 and has hit his first snag in the rehab process, but the Yankees don't believe the setback is a major one. The right-hander's surgeon, Dr. Neal ElAttrache, performed imaging on Trivino, and nothing beyond inflammation was detected in his elbow. Assuming the multi-week rest period does its part and allows Trivino's inflammation to calm down, he should begin ramping up by the end of the month or the first week of June. Trivino is likely targeting a return from the 60-day injured list at some point around the All-Star break.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Could face hitters in two weeks

    Trivino (elbow) is doing well in his rehab from Tommy John surgery, according to Yankees manager Aaron Boone, and the veteran reliever is likely about two weeks away from beginning live batting practice sessions, per MLB.com.

    Trivino is coming up on the one-year mark of his elbow surgery, which took place May 3, 2023. The right-hander threw bullpen sessions during spring training and has since continued to progress through his throwing program. Should he continue to move forward without any setbacks, Trivino could return to the Yankees bullpen around the All-Star break.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Placed on 60-day IL

    The Yankees placed Trivino (elbow) on the 60-day injured list Friday, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports.

    The transaction frees up a spot on the 40-man roster for waiver claim McKinley Moore. Trivino will be out until around midseason as he rehabs from Tommy John surgery.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Hopes for midseason return

    Trivino (elbow) said Thursday that he's hoping to return at some point in the middle of the season, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports.

    Recovering from last May's Tommy John surgery, Trivino has already resumed throwing off a mound and is feeling good. The veteran reliever re-signed with the Yankees on Wednesday on a one-year contract with a club option for 2025.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Back with Yankees on MLB pact

    Trivino (elbow) agreed to a one-year contract with the Yankees on Wednesday.

    The deal won't be made official until Trivino completes a physical, but the Yankees are already aware that the right-hander likely won't be available until the second half of the 2024 season after he underwent Tommy John surgery last May. In his last full big-league season in 2022, Trivino logged a 4.53 ERA, 1.64 WHIP and 67:24 K:BB in 53.2 innings between the Yankees and Athletics. He'll likely settle at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre once he completes an extended rehab assignment, but he could earn a look in the big-league bullpen if he's able to quickly regain his pre-surgery velocity and command during his appearances in the minors.

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  • Lou Trivino: Cut loose by Yankees

    Trivino (elbow) was non-tendered by the Yankees on Friday.

    Trivino is expected to miss the first half of the 2024 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery this past May. He should have some suitors in free agency given his past reliability as a major-league reliever.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Needs Tommy John surgery

    Trivino will undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow Wednesday, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports.

    Trivino suffered a setback with his ailing right elbow last month and subsequent tests evidently revealed the worst-case scenario. The operation will probably sideline him at least until the middle of the 2024 season. Trivino is eligible for salary arbitration for a final time this offseason but is now an obvious non-tender candidate.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Gets second opinion on elbow

    Trivino flew to Los Angeles on Monday to receive a second opinion on his elbow injury from Dr. Neal ElAttrache, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

    Trivino is receiving an additional evaluation on his strained right elbow after he suffered a setback during a recent throwing session, which prompted the Yankees to move him from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL over the weekend. The Yankees haven't revealed the extent of Trivino's setback, but the fact that he was sent to one of the world's top specialists for shoulder and elbow injuries suggests that surgery could be on the table for the 31-year-old right-hander.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Trivino (elbow) was transferred Saturday from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day injured list.

    This move clears out a 40-man roster spot for Jake Bauers, who is joining the Yankees ahead of Saturday night's game against the Rangers. Trivino recently had a setback in his recovery from a right elbow strain and there is no current timetable for his 2023 debut.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Suffers setback

    Trivino (elbow) recently felt discomfort in his right elbow while rehabbing in Florida and will undergo further evaluation, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

    Trivino suffered a ligament strain in his pitching elbow during spring training but progressed to throwing bullpen sessions early in April and was coming close to facing hitters. However, the setback will presumably push back his return timeline. The right-hander is slated to see a team doctor Wednesday, per Max Goodman of The Newark Star-Ledger, and that visit should provide some clarity about the extent of the latest issue.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Close to facing hitters

    Trivino (elbow) threw another bullpen session Tuesday and is slated for a "two-up" session Friday, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports.

    If that goes well, he'll be cleared for a live batting practice session. Trivino will need a few rehab appearances after missing more than a month with an elbow strain, but he's trending in the right direction.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Throws off mound Friday

    Trivino (elbow) was able to throw off a mound Friday, James O'Connell of the New York Daily News reports.

    Trivino opened the season on the injured list with a ligament strain in his right elbow. The right-hander is expected to miss most of April while recovering, but it's good news that the former Oakland stopper is able to get on the mound in the early part of the month. Because he missed so much of the spring, it's all but assured that Trivino will have to go on a rehab assignment before returning.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Hoping to return at end of April

    Trivino (elbow) is hoping to return to the mound for the Yankees at the end of April, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports.

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman recently projected the right-hander to return from his right elbow ligament sprain to the Yankees in May, so both pitcher and team only differ slightly in their estimated timelines. Once healthy, Trivino will likely operate in the mid-to-late innings for the New York bullpen.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Opens season on IL

    The Yankees placed Trivino (elbow) on the 15-day injured list Thursday.

    Trivino is dealing with a ligament strain of his right elbow and is expected to miss around a month, though the 31-year-old is leaving the door open for a potential debut before the end of April. When healthy, Trivino is likely to serve as a middle-relief or setup arm out of the New York bullpen.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Resumes throwing

    Trivino (elbow) began throwing again Monday, Randy Miller of NJ Advance Media reports.

    Trivino suffered a right elbow ligament strain early in spring and will begin the season on the injured list. Though he's started throwing again, the right-handed reliever is expected to be out until at least late April.

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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Headed for IL with elbow strain

    Trivino will begin the season on the injured list with a right elbow ligament strain, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports.

    The strain is considered mild but is expected to cost Trivino at least the first month of the season. It's another blow to the Yankees' right-handed relief corps after Tommy Kahnle (biceps) went down earlier this week. Trivino pitched well after being acquired at last year's trade deadline with a 1.66 ERA across 25 appearances. When healthy, he's slated for a setup role and could even earn the occasional save.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 235 lbs
Birthplace: Sellersville, PA
Age: 32
Experience: 5
Bats/Throws: R, R