“Now we’re seeing guys come into professional baseball who had the procedure done when they were younger and were able to continue on,” ElAttrache said. “That story is still being written … those careers have yet to be defined for how important they’re going to be in baseball.”
Tuesday night, Strasburg and his rebuilt right elbow join the list.
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