I bet it has something to do with adherence to league policies, but more to do with starting their workload for 2020. Based on what I’d see, I would guess that each and every pitcher has a specific innings threshold and Wells is no exception. He’ll get some work if healthy against a higher tier of hitter if possible and then mid-March probably transfer to minor league camp and start that innings load. I also agree with a previous poster that this particular injury is a less than normal one for a guy who doesn’t use extreme torque and violence to get his offerings to the catcher.
Road rage on the highways is rampant.
Yes, we had road rage back in my days, but it wasnt the norm.
You see way too many anger issues these days in real life, and that has nothing to do with social media anger/hate.
Look at how customers treat cashiers/wait staff, and vice versa for that matter.