Washington Nationals right-handed pitcher Ross Ohlendorf, on the DL since March 21 with a lower back injury, made his second rehab start last night for Triple-A Syracuse, and it went a lot better than his first one, reports Lindsay Kramer of Syracuse.com. Ohlendorf threw five innings of scoreless ball, allowing one hit, one walk, striking out four. He threw 74 pitches, 44 for...
Washington Nationals pitcher Ross Ohlendorf left Thursday’s game with back spasms.
According to Nationals manager Matt Williams, the situation began at the beginning of the game. Ohlendorf is being considered an option as a long reliever.
Ross Ohlendorf had lower back spasms that started when facing the first batter, per Matt Williams. He'll be reevaluated in the morning.
"He just kind of ran out of gas. ... He was great. Made pitches ...kept us right in there." (Davey Johnson on Ross Ohlendorf, via MASN/Postgame presser, 8/27/2013)
Nationals 2, Marlins 1: Ross Ohlendorf solid for for five+ despite scaring the hell out of Davey by throwing his fastball ~10 MPH slower in the 6th before giving up HR to Christian Yelic. Ross's line...
The Washington Nationals activated right-hander Ross Ohlendorf from the disabled list in time for him to start Wednesday night against the Cubs.
Ohlendorf (2-0), who had been on the disabled list since Aug. 1 because of shoulder inflammation, has been used primarily in long relief this season. His start on Wednesday is his third of the season and seventh of his career.
Washington Nationals long reliever Ross Ohlendorf threw a
bullpen prior to Wednesday’s game and afterward told reporters that he felt
good during the session. If he continues to improve and avoids a setback,
manager Davey Johnson expects Ohlendorf to make a minor league rehab start on
Saturday, according to Tom Schad of MLB.com.
"We'll see how he does, see how...
The Washington Nationals’ pitching depth took another hit
yesterday, as right-hander Ross Ohlendorf was placed on the 15-day disabled list
with inflammation in his throwing shoulder, reports Bill Ladson of MLB.com.
In his latest appearance, Ohlendorf struggled with command
issues and a lack of velocity, both of which are signs of arm issues. The
Nationals have called...
The Washington Nationals have turned to Ross Ohlendorf to help bolster their starting rotation. However, as Ohlendorf moved from the bullpen to the rotation, he saw a drop in his velocity. The drop caused some concern, but Ohlendorf says he's fine. As Amanda Comak points out, Davey Johnson, Nats manager, says he won't use Ohlendorf this weekend to give him some rest...
"An outstanding effort and I’m looking forward to seeing more of him." (Davey Johnson, via Washington Post, 6/13/2013)
Nationals 5, Rockies 1: Oh yeah! Ross Ohlendorf? More like Ross AWESOMEdorf. Amiright? Nats get back to .500...
Up above: a Vine of The Ross Ohlendorf old school windup via @recordsANDradio.
At last, Detwiler returns to the rotation...
The San Diego Padres have optioned pitcher Ross Ohlendorf to Triple-A Tucson.
Ohlendorf allowed a career-high eight runs and six hits in 2 1-3 innings Friday night during the San Francisco Giants' 10-1 win. He gave up seven runs over three innings in his previous start, an 11-5 loss at Pittsburgh.
Ohlendorf is 4-4 with a 7.58 ERA in 13 appearances, including nine starts.
Via AP on Fox
August 18, 2012
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The Pittsburgh Pirates have released right handed pitcher Ross Ohlendorf, who was expected to be a non-tender candidate next week. Ohlendorf was coming off a horrible season, and has dealt with injury problems the last few years. He would have made a raise through arbitration over his 2011 salary had the Pirates kept him around.
The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster, allowing...