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Topic - John Patterson
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VIERA, Fla. — Shawn Hill was back at Washington Nationals camp yesterday morning with some good news, some bad news and then some encouraging news about his ailing right forearm.
John Patterson says his right arm feels as good as it has in a long time. He says he believes he will return to pitch for the Washington Nationals this season.
In May 2006, John Patterson went on the disabled list with what was then described as tightness in his right forearm.
PITTSBURGH — John Patterson's trek around the United States in search of answers for his injured right arm will now take the Washington Nationals hurler north of the border.
With John Patterson and Shawn Hill both seeking more medical opinions on their injured pitching arms, the Washington Nationals will have to press on with a patchwork rotation.
Jim Bowden gets a lot of grief for his oft-uttered, rarely executed philosophy that teams win in baseball with "pitching, pitching, pitching," but the Washington Nationals general manager is right.
TORONTO — Cell phones and PDAs aren't allowed in the Washington Nationals' dugout, which was probably a good thing last night. Otherwise, Manny Acta might have been too occupied to watch his team's game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
"To be perfectly honest, I've had kind of both emotions," he said.
"If I can get it just under control a little bit more, I'm fine," he said. "I've got no problem. I pitched with discomfort in my elbow for six or seven years. So I've got no problem throwing through discomfort and pain. I've just got to get to the point where it's tolerable."