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Washington Post May 28, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen “shows what type of marbles he has”

CHICAGO — Right-handed reliever Casey Janssen said he took it hard when the Nationals bullpen struggled earlier this season, forced to watch on television as young pitchers took their lumps and the Nationals took losses. He should have been in there, he said, and simply put he was right: the Nationals signed Janssen to pitch setup innings once pitched by Tyler Clippard, now-closer Drew Storen, stalwarts no longer available to serve. In Wednesday’s 2-0 win, he got that chance, and showed why he was so excited to pitch in those innings — and why the Nationals signed him to pitch them in...
Washington Post May 24, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen pitches first inning as a National

Until Saturday, nine-year veteran Casey Janssen had never pitched at Nationals Park. He’d worn a Nationals jersey, No. 44, but only in spring training and on opening day. Right shoulder tendinitis kept him from the late-inning duties he was signed to assume, so when he came in to pitch the otherwise meaningless ninth inning of an 8-1 loss on Saturday, Janssen was still excited.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 22, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals activate RHP Casey Janssen, place Sammy Solis on 15-day disabled list

Casey Janssen, the veteran right-handed reliever signed this offseason to fill the void left by Tyler Clippard, finally will pitch for the Nationals. The team activated the 33-year-old Friday, making him eligible to pitch for the first time since spring training. The Nationals placed left-hander Sammy Solis on the 15-day disabled list to make room for Janssen. Left shoulder inflammation is the reported malady, and the move is retroactive to May 18.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 22, 2015

Nats activate Janssen to make 2015 debut, send Solis to DL

The Nats have activated Casey Janssen off the disabled list and placed lefty Sammy Solis on the 15-day DL.

Nats activate Janssen, send Solis to DL

The Nationals made some changes to their bullpen on Friday afternoon by activating right-hander Casey Janssen off the disabled list and placing lefty Sammy Solis on the 15-day DL. Janssen just completed his rehab from right shoulder tendinitis, while Solis will begin his recovery from left shoulder inflammation. Janssen, 33, is set to make his…
Washington Post May 19, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen not ready to be activated yet; notes on Anthony Rendon and Nationals’ fifth starter

Casey Janssen thought he was close to rejoining the Nationals, and signs pointed to him being potentially activated Tuesday from the disabled list to begin his first season in Washington. But after a long rehab from right rotator cuff tendinitis and five minor league rehab outings, the Nationals decided Janssen needed a few more outings before a return.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 19, 2015

Janssen needs more work before he's ready to make Nats debut

Nationals reliever Casey Janssen will need just a little more time in the minor leagues before the team brings him up to make his 2015 debut.

Janssen needs more work before returning

After returning to Washington on Tuesday with hopes of being activated off the disabled list, Nationals reliever Casey Janssen will need just a little more time in the minor leagues before the team brings him up to make his 2015 debut. The veteran right-hander says he feels good physically after rehabbing from right shoulder tendinitis,…
CSN Washington May 8, 2015

Janssen's rehab positive, Johnson wants to return

Casey Janssen's first rehab game with Potomac went better than the reliever expected. Reed Johnson, meanwhile, says he wants to return this season from a torn tendon in his foot.

Janssen’s rehab positive, Johnson wants to return in ’15

Casey Janssen emerged from his first rehab appearance with Class A Potomac feeling more encouraged about his pending return from a shoulder injury than he expected. “Everything was positive,” the veteran reliever said. “It was definitely a nice step, probably a bigger step than I initially thought it was going to be.” Out since late-March…
CSN Washington May 6, 2015

Nats' reliever Casey Janssen ready for big step in rehab

Casey Janssen made an appearance at Nats Park on Wednesday in anticipation of his first minor league rehab assignment.
Washington Post May 6, 2015

Nats Journal: Casey Janssen will pitch rehab outing in Potomac on Thursday

Casey Janssen walked into the Nationals clubhouse Wednesday for the first time since opening day, and he caught up on the bullpen goings-on. He shook hands with Tanner Roark and congratulated him on his save. He shook hands with Sammy Solis, and congratulated him on being there. Janssen entered spring training as the Nationals’ presumptive set-up man, so he was a welcome sight for his teammates, who have navigated injuries and growing pains without him.Read full article >>

Janssen ready for rehab assignment; Valverde to Syracuse

Reliever Casey Janssen made an appearance at Nationals Park on Wednesday as he trained with teammates in anticipation of his first minor league rehab assignment with Single-A Potomac the following night. The right-hander has been recovering from right shoulder tendinitis, progressing through a throwing program in Viera, Fla. He is now ready for the next…
CSN Washington May 4, 2015

Janssen close to big step in rehab from shoulder tendinitis

Here is the latest on Nationals reliever Casey Janssen, who is recovering from right shoulder tendinitis.

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