Strasburg to Make Next Scheduled Start

by AP posted May 1 2013 6:59PM
  ATLANTA (AP) - Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg is expected to make his next scheduled start after experiencing no pain during a bullpen session in Atlanta.
     Strasburg had some discomfort in his right arm during a start Monday night against the Braves. While manager Davey Johnson was initially concerned it could be something serious, it appears Strasburg had nothing more than an irritated nerve from using an electrical stimulation machine.
     He threw in the bullpen before Wednesday's game against the Braves, the normal routine for a starting pitcher. Johnson says the session went "great" and the pitcher "didn't have any discomfort."
     Johnson is more concerned about outfielder Jayson Werth, who is missing his second straight game because of a strained right hamstring and a bruised left ankle.
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05/01/2013 6:58PM
Strasburg to Make Next Scheduled Start
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