VIERA, Fla. -- Washington Nationals closer Drew Storen has undergone surgery on his nonpitching hand and is expected to be ready for opening day.
The Nationals said the right-hander had surgery Friday to remove a part of a bone in his left wrist.
The team said Storen would miss three or four days after the procedure on the hook of his hamate bone.
Until the stitches are out, someone...
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13 days ago
The Washington Nationals have announced that right-handed relief pitcher Drew Storen underwent surgery on his left, non-throwing wrist to repair his hamate bone.
#Nats RHP Drew Storen underwent surgery today to remove the hook of hamate bone from his left (non-throwing) hand.
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) March 13, 2015
According to manager Matt Williams, Storen’s...
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It seems like forever ago, but it was really just 2011. That was the year Drew Storen saved 43 games for Washington. It was just his second MLB season, and the highly-touted prospect had seemingly asserted himself as one of baseball’s best shutdown relievers.
Then Storen injured his elbow in 2012 and he’s barely seen the ninth inning since. From the beginning of 2012 until today...
Drew Storen strikes out Ryan Howard to close out Sunday's win.
Enough of this closer by committee talk: this is Drew Storen's job now.
Nationals 3, Phillies 2: Adam LaRoche hits a pair of home runs, Scott Hairson does something, and Drew Storen is closer again. All is right with the world.
And here's video of Storen talking after his first save in who knows how long:
Up above, video of Friday night's controversy in which Drew Storen and Craig Stammen had to have the laces snipped on their gloves. Apparently the request did not come from the Brewers, but was made by Home Plate umpire Chad Fairchild, who was enforcing a new MLB directive. Stupid rules. Brewers beat the Nats 4-2.
Williams said the umps, not the Brewers, were the ones asking...