"I'm fine," he said, waterproof, eyes wide open, nodding.
"I'm as disappointed as I can be that I can't get up tonight," he said on time. "This is Game 5 of the World Series. I have experienced so much nonsense in my career that it would be easy to overcome at this point. It is literally impossible to do something about it. "
The injury was not related to back injuries that hit him twice this summer, Sherzer said. He called it" a little thing that has become a big thing that has become a gigantic thing. "
The pain had started a few days earlier, but he ignored it because he had "a little neck spasm" before and went through it. which usually loosened him up, didn't do it. He woke up on Sunday "fully closed," falling He could only use his left hand on the bed.Doctors later expressed fears that it could be a serious injury and were told that, until there was numbness, he could not cause "serious, long-term damage."  Then the team and the hostess decided that you should get a shot of cortisone on Sunday morning. It should alleviate the pain, but it will take at least 48 hours to be effective. It obviously starts by Tuesday morning and sets it up for the winner game 7 Take All The Games
One way it makes sense Sherzer to execute rolls back so fast. He has a reputation for playing through the pain, including earlier this season, when he broke his nose when trying to rebel during batting practice and somehow threw seven free passes the following night. He later tried to undergo a back injury rehabilitation and challenged his manager to bring him back. He hit less than 100 percent, hurt himself further, and landed back in the IL. Teammates, opponents and his manager have admitted how much pain he has to feel in order to miss Game 5, losing to the Nationals.
Sherzer regained enough health to be able to re-enter this series. It crushed Scherzer to miss Game 5, but if the Nationals were able to get there, Game 7 could offer redemption.