Braves shut down Mike Soroka because of right-shoulder inflammation

Braves starter Mike Soroka’s comeback attempt has hit a snag. Soroka experienced right-shoulder discomfort during his recent simulated game and was shut down for two weeks, manager Brian Snitker said Wednesday. Soroka has been working his way back from a torn Achilles suffered in his third start last season. He was expected to rejoin the rotation later this month if he continued progressing well. Instead, he suffered a setback Tuesday at the team’s alternate training site, leaving his simulated start after one inning. “He has some right-shoulder inflammation,” Snitker said. “There’s no structu…

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