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Cole to Triple-A, Stammen to 60-day DL to make room for Ross

To clear room on their roster for rookie pitcher Joe Ross, the Nationals made a pair of roster moves on Saturday in sending A.J. Cole down to Triple-A Syracuse and Craig Stammen to the 60-day disabled list. 155 more words

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Nationals Select Contract of RHP Joe Ross

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by Kyle Brostowitz

The Washington Nationals selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Joe Ross, optioned right-handed pitcher A.J. 410 more words

Roark still adjusting to new role

Tanner Roark’s MLB career has so far been an unlikely success story filled with very few failures for a guy who just a year before he debuted in 2013 lost 17 games at the Triple-A level. 501 more words

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Stammen on pending surgery: "Bring it on"

Craig Stammen has needed surgery on his throwing arm only once before — Sept. 2009, to have bone chips removed — and he’s never spent a day on the disabled list in his career, so the veteran reliever could be excused if he was down in the dumps upon learning Thursday he’s likely to miss the rest of this season with a forearm tear. 638 more words

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Craig Stammen Needs Surgery for 'Flexor Tear' in Throwing Arm

WASHINGTON — The Nationals will be without reliever Craig Stammen for a significant period of time after an MRI revealed a flexor tear in his right arm will require surgery. 169 more words


Craig Stammen likely out for the year with torn flexor tendon

Nationals reliever Craig Stammen has been diagnosed with a torn flexor tendon and will undergo surgery that’s expected to end his season.

Stammen was placed on the disabled list Wednesday with what the Nationals called forearm tightness. 66 more words

Stammen will need surgery after MRI

Nationals reliever Craig Stammen will require surgery after an MRI Thursday revealed a torn flexor, according to manager Matt Williams. The injury is considered musculotendinous, which means it affects both the tendon and the muscle. 342 more words

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