The session occurred at the team’s Spring Training centre in Glendale, Ariz..

The session occurred at the team’s Spring Training centre in Glendale, Ariz..

“Now’s like that landmark, that first little hurdle to jump before everything kind of starts to take off,” Kopech said in a video of this throwing session offered by the White Sox. “Finally a year from today, I understand that I’m going to be better due to all these minor tweaks.

“These tweaks are going to be what makes me the sort of pitcher I h to become in the future, that will be top-of-the-rotation caliber and a pitcher which helps us develop a World Series.”

Kopech, 2-2, made four starts for the White Sox after being called up from triple a Charlotte last seasonafter posting a 5.02 ERA with 15 strikeouts and two walks at 14 1/3 innings. He also allowed four home runs and seven runs on 3 1/3 innings in the home from on Sept. 5, plus it was two weeks later when general manager Rick Hahn announced Kopech sustained a tear in his ulnar collateral ligament and he’d be lost for the 2019 season after surgery.

As he works his way back this season whilst the biggest challenge Kopech will face hahn pointed to boredom. However, Kopech seems to be on the perfect path and a path that is fantastic from the restoration.

“I am feeling good,” Kopech said in SoxFest. “I have placed myself in a fantastic position with the rehab I have done down there in Arizona as well as at L.A. this offseason. As I can be, I am in about as good of a position.

“after all, I’m going to get to watch these guys go out there and compete, and it’s really definitely going to be a lot of fun. It’s definitely going to be tough to sit back and not participate, but I am going to be the largest cheerleader there clearly was.”

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