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Latest Tommy John Items
One frustration followed Stephen Strasburg's barnstorming rehabilitation tour from Hagerstown, Md., to Woodbridge, Va.
Long before the gates opened at Nationals Park on Wednesday, a slender figure with a familiar face and red socks pulled to his knees stepped into the batting cage.
Jordan Zimmermann doesn't carry the same cachè, didn't sign the same type of monster contract and certainly doesn't pack a stadium the way the Washington Nationals' best-known right-handed pitcher does. He's not Stephen Strasburg, and that's just fine.
The old Stephen Strasburg took the mound at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown, Md., on Monday night.
These Nationals aren't going to win the National League East or being playing in October. September could be a showcase for Stephen Strasburg on the comeback trail from Tommy John surgery.
One day after Stephen Strasburg was hit hard in his third rehabilitation start following Tommy John surgery, Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson said he was not worried about the young pitcher.
San Francisco closer Brian Wilson flew to Florida on Wednesday to have his ailing right elbow checked out by the same doctor who performed surgery eight years ago.
Stephen Strasburg experienced his first bump in the seemingly freshly paved road back to the major leagues when he needed 25 pitches to get his first out. It took him 33 pitches to get through the first inning and with his final 16 he got two outs in the second inning.
When a pitcher throws as well as Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg did Friday night, it takes some pressure off his catcher.