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CSN Washington Apr 9, 2015

Rendon, Janssen to take next step in injury rehab

Matt Williams had positive reports on both Anthony Rendon and Casey Janssen Thursday as they continue their rehab from injury.

Rendon, Janssen to take next step in rehab

One day after sharing good news about Denard Span and Jayson Werth, Matt Williams had more positive reports on both Anthony Rendon and Casey Janssen as they continue their rehab from injury. Rendon, who is nursing a sprained left MCL, has been working side-to-side in drills and running in figure eight formations to test his…
Washington Post Apr 8, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen to head to Viera soon to rehab shoulder

Casey Janssen said he will soon head to the Nationals’ spring training facilities in Viera, Fla., to continue rehabbing his right shoulder, which has rotator cuff tendinitis. Janssen recently began a light throwing program and even played catch in Washington as he returns from the 15-day disabled list.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Apr 8, 2015

Janssen not ready to take next step in shoulder rehab

Nationals reliever Casey Janssen is not ready to start throwing again since being sidelined with right shoulder tendinitis.
Washington Post Mar 30, 2015

In a spring of high hopes, Nationals must first contend with a long list of injuries

JUPITER, Fla. — At this point, the injuries the Washington Nationals have accumulated since last season is head-shakingly absurd.As Washington played the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday afternoon, third baseman Anthony Rendon was visiting James Andrews, a noted orthopedic surgeon whose names frightens fan bases, for a second opinion on his still-sore left knee. Meanwhile back in Viera, Casey Janssen, the veteran reliever the Nationals added in the offseason, was getting treatment for right rotator cuff tendinitis that was revealed in an MRI exam Sunday and will likely knock him out of opening...
CSN Washington Mar 30, 2015

Janssen unlikely for opener with shoulder tendinitis

Casey Janssen has tendinitis in his right rotator cuff, an injury that shouldn't sideline the Nationals' setup man for long but likely will keep him out for Opening Day.
Washington Post Mar 30, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen on his shoulder: ‘I don’t see this being a major concern’

JUPITER, Fla. — It’s not usual for Casey Janssen to feel some soreness in his shoulder as his workload builds and he prepares for the season. It normally goes away. But over the past week, the right-handed reliever’s shoulder still felt sore and didn’t rebound as usual. “It felt like it wasn’t going away as fast as it probably should have so that’s when I spoke up,” he said.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 29, 2015

Nats Journal: Another injury for Nationals: Casey Janssen to receive MRI exam on right shoulder

VIERA, Fla. — Washington Nationals reliever Casey Janssen is expected to undergo an MRI eam on his sore right shoulder on Monday, Manager Matt Williams said. Janssen has had trouble getting his shoulder loose recently and felt some discomfort during his last outing on March 23.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 29, 2015

Reliever Janssen needs MRI on shoulder

Casey Janssen, the Nationals' new setup man, is experiencing shoulder soreness and needs an MRI, putting his status for Opening Day into question.

Janssen getting MRI on shoulder

VIERA, Fla. — Casey Janssen, signed by the Nationals over the winter to serve as the club’s new setup man after Tyler Clippard’s trade to Oakland, will have an MRI test Monday after complaining of a sore shoulder. Janssen hadn’t pitched since last Monday, when he surrendered a 2-run homer to the Yankees, then noted…

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