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Washington Nationals left-handed pitcher Sammy Solis requires surgery on his left elbow and will miss the entire 2012 season.The Nationals top pitching prospect felt pain during a throwing session last Friday and requires a ligament-replacement surgery. The procedure will be done by Dr. Lewis Yocum, who did the same procedure on Washington pitchers Stephen Strasburg and Jordan Zimmerman.Solis complained of elbow soreness after his final start in the Arizona Fall League this past past November.The 23-year-old finished 2011 with an 8-3 record and a 3.26 ERA with Class A teams in Hagerstown and Potomac.
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The Washington Nationals have lost top pitching prospect Sammy Solis for the season because an elbow injury.
Washington said Tuesday that Solis will need major surgery on his left elbow.
The 23-year-old Solis split last season between Class A teams in Hagerstown and Potomac. He felt pain during the Arizona Fall League but there were conflicting opinions on whether he needed Tommy...
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Former Major League Baseball slugger Matt Stairs will be inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame.
Stairs, who holds the league mark for pinch-hit homers (23), retired after a 19-year career with a record 13 clubs.
The 44-year-old native of Saint John belted 265 career homers and added 899 RBIs.
Stairs was a member of the 2008 World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies.
Sometimes, it's hard for Tyler Clippard to believe what he accomplished last year. He doesn't realize how good he was until he hears it from Nationals fans.
Chien-Ming Wang suffered a torn anterior capsule in his throwing shoulder back in 2009. The injury is identical to the on that has sidelined New York Mets ace Johan Santana since September of 2010. As Brian Costa of the Wall Street Journal recently wrote last night, Wang is now fully recovered, attempting to earn a spot in a suddenly deep Washington Nationals rotation, and has...
April 15, 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic and what better way to mark the disaster than having a baseball promotion to commemorate the occasion with a "women and children first" gimmick.
The Potomac Nationals (a Single-A Washington Nationals affiliate in the Carolina League) are celebrating the milestone date by allowing women and children...
It's Wednesday, which means more stupid ramblings from me. Again, let's start with a "Charlie in the Movies" photo.Ryan ZimmermanShort take on the Ryan Zimmerman contract – it’s good for Washington. Sure, Zimmerman is now the second highest paid third sacker in history, but he’s making less per year than Jayson Werth, who is now the standard bearer for **...
Seems like only yesterday the photo above would've been included maybe Bergmann, Chico, Mock, and Odalis Perez (no offense to any of the aforementioned). On Tuesday, the four starters referred to as The Fantastic Four by @NationalsPR posed for a photo: J-Zimm, Gio, E-Jax, and Stras.
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With Alex Ovechkin having been less than amazing, John Wall mired on a poor team and the Redskins’ best player better known for playing Scrabble against a Geico Caveman than his football exploits, it’s possible that these will be Washington’s two most popular athletes by July.
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