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Brian Wilson has no regrets about how many times he pitched during the San Francisco Giants' improbable 2010 World Series title run. Nor about how he handled his rehabilitation program this winter, and certainly not how he stayed on the mound at Colorado last week despite ligament damage in his arm.
Giants closer Brian Wilson is likely headed for surgery on his right elbow after an MRI revealed structural damage and an issue with the ligament, and his season could be in jeopardy.
The Washington Nationals learned early Monday afternoon that their closer, the man who'd saved 43 games for them in 2011, was going to spend his Tuesday visiting Dr. James Andrews and getting a second opinion on his tender right elbow.
Washington Nationals closer Drew Storen suffered a setback in his rehabilitation from right-elbow joint inflammation Sunday when he felt tenderness following a simulated game. Storen will visit with renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday for a second opinion.
Michael Morse's path back to active duty appears longer than the Washington Nationals originally estimated, as the outfielder was given a platelet-rich plasma injection recently and Nationals manager Davey Johnson admitted on Thursday that he's "probably" a candidate not to open the season on the Nationals' 25-man roster.
The first week after Adrian Peterson's reconstructive knee surgery was a grueling one.
Chris Cooley's stall inside the Redskins Park locker room is located along the far wall near the back left corner. That's where it was last season, and it's where he expects it to be in 2012 and beyond.
Coach Mike Shanahan won't have to decide anything about Chris Cooley's future with the Washington Redskins for several months, but he's optimistic the veteran tight end still has some productive years left in him.
Chris Cooley rested his heavily-wrapped left hand on his lap while he sat at his locker on Friday. Between showing reporters the X-rays of his broken left index finger that he has stored on his smartphone and opining about the Washington Redskins' quarterback change, the veteran tight end vowed he'll be back at some point this season.