BOSTON — There appears to be a reason why the  to the Los Angeles Dodgers has yet to be formally announced.

The medical records for Minnesota Twins prospect Brusdar Graterol has raised questions by the Boston Red Sox front office, according to a . The Red Sox views the 21-year-old as more relief pitcher than future starter, diminishing his value alongside Dodgers outfielder Alex Verdugo.

Graterol made his debut with Minnesota in 2019 and came out of the bullpen in each of his 10 appearances. He returned from Tommy John surgery in 2015 and was shutdown for a period of time in the minor leagues last year due to a right shoulder impingement. Graterol’s fastball-slider combination is a powerful one, but the lack of a more

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