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Washington Nationals flamethrower Stephen Strasburg underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow on Friday in Los Angeles. The 25-year-old Strasburg (8-9, 3.00 ERA) is expected to be shelved for 4-6 weeks before starting a throwing program. A 2012 All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner, Strasburg whiffed 191 batters over 183.0 innings this season. Called by Sports Illustrated the “most hyped and closely watched pitching prospect in the history of baseball,” a healthy Strasburg can stifle any lineup and lead a team to glory. Unfortunately for Nationals fans, even though Strasburg finally competed without asinine restrictions, Washington … Continue reading →
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AROUND THE WEB
Bryce Harper (knee), Stephen Strasburg (elbow), Adam LaRoche (elbow) all have surgeries
So, who's next?
Up above, a shot of Bryce Harper recovering from his knee surgery with a care package from his girlfriend. Aw...
Yeah she loves me! Always looking out and taking care of me! She's the best! #undertheknife @kayvarner pic.twitter.com/Ngg9JZyLGm
— Bryce Harper...
The Nationals announced this morning that three players - Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper and Adam LaRoche - underwent "successful" surgery this week. All three guys are expected to be ready for the start of spring training.
Strasburg underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow on Friday. The procedure was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache in...
Kid always dinged up a bit.
#Nats announce Stephen Strasburg had surgery yesterday to remove bone chips from R elbow. Will resume throwing in 4-6 weeks.
— Mark Zuckerman (@ZuckermanCSN) October 26, 2013
The Washington Nationals announced Saturday that wunderkind Bryce Harper underwent the knife to debride and fix the bursa in his left knee. Expected to fully recover, the 21-year-old Harper will require 4-6 weeks of rest before training to get “as big as a house.” Harper batted .274 with 20 homers and 58 RBI over 118 games in 2013. Unfortunately, Harper was plagued by lingering...
One of our beloved Giants is joining the highest rank of baseball coaches. Yup, Matt Williams is about to become a big league manager, taking over the Washington Nationals after Davey Johnson retired.
We still hadn’t quite gotten used to watching Williams be a coach – he’s been an assistant with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the last four years. But now we’ll have...
The Washington Nationals have themselves a new manager, and his name is Matt Williams.
Matt Williams (AP/Photo)
Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reported on Friday the team hired the third base coach of the Arizona Diamondbacks to replace Davey Johnson as manager. Per MLB, the Nationals cannot make the official announcement until after the World Series, but reports are pointing to...
Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper had minor surgery on his left knee. He underwent a surgery on a bursa sac. His expected recovery if four to six weeks. Stephen Strasburg also had bone chips removed from his right elbow. His expected recovery is also considers to be four to six weeks. This was the same […]
No such thing as minor knee surgery, but this shouldn’t be anything major.
#Nats also announce Bryce Harper had surgery Wednesday to denture and repair bursa sac in L knee. 4-6 week recovery time.
— Mark Zuckerman (@ZuckermanCSN) October 26, 2013
That should say Harper had surgery to "debride" and repair his L bursa sac, not "denture." Though that would&...
Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg, outfielder
Bryce Harper and first baseman Adam LaRoche all are recovering from
postseason surgery, MASN.com reports.
Matt Williams will be making his debut as the new skipper of the Washington Nationals.
Former All-Star third baseman Matt Williams, one of the most dominant players at his position during the 1980s and 90s, will become the next manager of the Washington Nationals, according to numerous sources.
As first reported by Fox Sports, the 47-year old Williams is the choice to replace...
Charlie Manuel will have to keep looking. Despite many considering former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel to be a candidate to manage the Washington Nationals, the Nationals have gone in another direction. It was widely reported today that Matt Williams, current Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach, will be named the new...
The Washington Nationals are planning to hire Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach, Matt Williams as manager.
It is unclear when an official announcement will be made.
Williams’, 47, will be replacing retired Davey Johnson. This will be Williams’ first managerial job at any level. He had been on the Diamondbacks’ coaching staff since 2010, first as first base coach...
After reports surfaced that Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach Matt Williams was a frontrunner for the manager position with the Washington Nationals, Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal confirmed Friday that Williams has been named the next manager in the nation’s capital. Williams was chosen over current Nationals bench coach Randy Knorr, who players publicly supported for […]
Nationals to hire Matt Williams as manager
"Like we did in Arizona — [shoot], the manager didn’t have to say a word. You screwed up, Matt Williams put you in a locker. And that was end of it." (Mike Rizzo on Matt Williams)
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Nats plan to hire Matt Williams as Davey Johnson's successor:
Sources: #Nationals plan to...
Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, reported via Twitter that the Washington Nationals plan to hire Matt Williams as their new manager.
Williams, 47, will replace the retired Davey Johnson. Jon Heyman first reported he was a candidate for the job back in August. This will be Williams’ first managerial job at any level. He had been on the Diamondbacks’ coaching staff since 2010, first...