Unfortunately Stephen Strasbourg is experiencing recurring symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome after his return. Nats only announced that he felt uncomfortable after a training session, and although there is no official diagnosis, fear is the same problem.
Symptoms associated with thoracic outlet syndrome include numbness of the fingers and nerve pain. Strasbourg, who had TOS surgery last summer, He only made one start to his comebackAnd, while his speed was generally low (in the 91mph range), there were some decent signs. TOS surgery has had a high success rate among top league bowlers. Since signing a $245 million seven-year deal after winning the 2019 World Player of the Year title, he’s been 1-4 with a 6.89 ERA.
Word is that Walker Buehler could be out for 10-12 weeks, but that still leaves hope that he’ll be back before the end of the season. And, of course, the Dodgers have reinforcements. Andrew Heaney is back soon and Dustin May in about six weeks. And of course, Dodgers family members have a long list of prospects with potential.
Jo Madon is said to have been relaxing and reconnecting with the family since then The angels left her. He’d like to measure again, and seven teams showed interest the last time he was there. Chose Angels due to the long term relationship of Angels days with owner Arte Moreno. The Philly family was ranked second on Madon’s list. He’s from Hazleton, Pennsylvania.
In the early returns, people around the Phillies are talking about a better “ambience” at interim manager Rob Thomson’s club.
Noah Sendergaard is witnessing a return to speed. He averaged 93.6 mph against Texas. 94.1 against the Yankees. 94.3 vs. Red Sox; And finally 95.2 against the Dodgers.
The word is nats Almost sure to sell. It is expected to make at least $2 billion but the target behind the scenes is $3 billion. Meanwhile, with the Angelos now suing each other, it would be beneficial to baseball if the Orioles were sold as well.
Former President George W. Bush appeared at the owners meeting. It was said that the former Rangers owner was a guest speaker there. No word yet on any interest in being part of a group for the NATs.
The Pitch Clock is a huge hit for minors, with games cut short by 24 minutes, with only 0.6 fouls for the game. … Player of the Week: Rhys Hoskins, Phillies 1B.
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