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MLB Injury News:
Shawn Kelley has been unable to pitch in the last few games for the New York Yankees, and he very may well not be able to pitch tonight. Kelley has been battling triceps inflammation. The reliever has not pitched since Sunday and there is no exact timetable on when he will be ready to pitch again.
According to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, Kelley will not pitch again until sometime next week at the earliest. But even then, if the treatment he is receiving now doesn't work, Kelley could be out longer. At this point in the season, any hiccup in the recovery process could mean being shut down for the rest of the year. The Yankees hope that won't happen.
Kelley has made 52 appearances for New York this season. He has a 3.96 ERA. It has not been his best season, but he has been effective at times. Overall, Kelley has pitched in five Major League seasons. He is 14-11 with a 3.64 ERA in his career. The 29-year old will have his first year of arbitration-eligibility next season.
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