New York Yankees' Luis Severino says arm feels 'pretty good' after 31-pitch session

New York right-hander Luis Severino, who had his spring training start scheduled for Wednesday night pushed back to Saturday because of general arm soreness, felt "pretty good" after a 31-pitch bullpen session.

Severino was limited to four late-season relief appearances in 2021 after having Tommy John surgery on Feb. 27, 2020. He is slated to follow opening-day starter Gerrit Cole this season in the Yankees' rotation.

A 19-game winner in 2018, Severino made three appearances in 2019, the first on Sept. 17 and the last on Sept. 28, plus a pair of postseason starts after being sidelined by shoulder soreness.

The Associated Press contributed to this report