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Justin Verlander's debut in Spring Training was delayed due to physical discomfort

Justin Verlander will not have his first outing in the MLB preseason game, this Thursday with the Houston Astros. Verlander has discomfort in the groin and that is why they will wait for his recovery.

The Astros manager, Dusty Baker, was the one who reported the change of plans with Verlander. Instead of starting the game against the Washington Nationals, on the February 27 program, Verlander started a practice game on Wednesday at the team's practice headquarters.


With 36 years, Justin Verlander will be the head starter of the Astros in the 2020 season. In the last season he finished effectively with 2.58 in 34 outings and 223 games played.

In his career, the Astros pitcher has two Cy Young awards, an American League MVP and eight All Star Games

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