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1 year agoUpdating a previous report, Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher/designated hitter Shohei Ohtani (elbow) was able to play catch from 60 feet on Thursday after being cleared to throw by Dr. Steve Yoon. Ohtani hasn't pitched since June 6 as he has battled a UCL injury. While there's still a chance Ohtani undergoes Tommy John surgery, there's also a possibility that with rest and rehab, he'll be able to pitch again in September. In his rookie season, Ohtani has pitched to a 4-1 record with a 3.10 ERA and a 61/20 K/BB ratio. Ohtani will continue to DH for the rest of the season and still needs to be owned in all leagues. There's now subdued optimism that he'll be able to return to the mound, however, it wouldn't come until the last month of the regular season. He seems to be in the right direction, but Ohtani still has no set timetable to start pitching again.--Dan Fappiano
Source: Jeff Fletcher

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