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He threw mostly fastballs, topping out in the upper-90s.
“Stras is going to be on a normal program,” Johnson said. “He’ll go three innings on Friday with a limit of 50 pitches. He’ll probably go the next time out, five days later, he’ll go four innings, probably 60 pitches or something like that. Then he’ll go five innings and 80 pitches and probably be ready to go.”
“He doesn’t need to hear from me. He wants to see me,” Johnson chuckled. “His time is coming, he just needs to be patient.”
“His arm is working great, he’s mechanically sound,” Rizzo said. “He’s throwing free and easy and no pain. He’s spinning his breaking ball well and his changeup is coming along. His stuff is coming along.”
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