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Topic - Lee Kuntz
All-Star Jordan Zimmermann departed tonight's game in Philadelphia with an apparent arm injury, a potentially huge blow to the Nationals.
All-Star Jordan Zimmermann departed Friday night's game in Philadelphia with a right biceps cramp. He'll get an MRI on Saturday.
Nationals head trainer Lee Kuntz, also honored as an All-Star this year, monitored Harper closely Monday night, mostly trying to ensure that the 20-year-old stayed hydrated enough during the nearly three-hour competition.
As Stephen Strasburg's rebuilt right elbow continues to heal from Tommy John surgery, one question follows the pitcher. How many innings will he throw next season?
Stephen Strasburg can't pitch. He throws - playing catch every other day in right field at the Nationals' spring training home with head athletic trainer Lee Kuntz - and he takes pitchers' fielding practice, and he works out.
After the worst outing of Stephen Strasburg's major league career, Washington Nationals pitching coach Steve McCatty was asked how he expects the rookie sensation to respond to a taste of trouble.
He motioned to the Nationals' dugout, and when manager Matt Williams, pitching coach Steve McCatty and head athletic trainer Lee Kuntz arrived, he told them he should probably come out of the game.
"The inning before, I came out and I could feel it a little bit," he said. "And when I went back out there, it was gradually getting worse and worse every pitch. I thought I could maybe get a couple more innings out of it before it got too bad. But it got pretty bad, so I called them out and told them what the deal was and they got me out of there. Hopefully the MRI comes back good and we'll go from there."