He’s fine,” a team source told the NY Daily News. “It’s nothing physical, it’s just a plan to be more cautious.”
“If something happens to him, that would just be a huge blow,” one of the sources explained.
“We just want him to take it a little slower. Nobody wants him to be less competitive, we just want to be cautious.”
“He will just go a little slower,” pitching coach Dan Warthen added.
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