11:31 AM EDT, Tue March 31, 2015
Belleville News Democrat 18 hours ago

Nationals reliever Storen out with blister in loss to Cards

Washington Nationals closer Drew Storen exited early because of a blister on his right big toe Monday in a 6-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.

Storen leaves game mid-inning with trainer

JUPITER, Fla. — Closer Drew Storen departed Monday’s game against the Cardinals after facing only two batters, walking off the field with a trainer in what may be the latest (and among the most significant) injuries suffered by members of the Nationals this spring. Storen entered to pitch the bottom of the sixth inning at…
Washington Post 19 hours ago

Nats Journal: Drew Storen leaves games with a trainer

JUPITER, Fla. — Drew Storen left Monday’s Nationals-Cardinals game in the sixth inning with an undisclosed injury. Storen took the mound to start the inning, faced four batters and notched two outs. But after he threw ball four to walk Kolten Wond, he quickly motioned to the dugout. Manager Matt Williams and a trainer raced to the mound, and Storen left the game. Matt Grace, up from minor league camp, finished the inning. More to come after the game. Storen recently returned to spring game action after undergoing surgery on his left, non-throwing hand to remove a hamate bone. The...

Storen returns to mound, Williams unhappy with offense

VIERA, Fla. — Two more observations from Friday’s 1-1 tie against the Cardinals, unrelated to each other… — Drew Storen made his return to the mound, exactly two weeks removed from surgery to remove the broken hamate bone from his left hand. What looked like it could be a quick and tidy top of the…
CSN Washington Mar 27, 2015

Storen returns to mound after 2-week absence

Two weeks removed from surgery to remove a broken bone in his hand, Drew Storen was back pitching for the Nationals on Friday.
Washington Post Mar 14, 2015

Nats Journal: Drew Storen says he expects quick recovery from hand surgery: ‘It’ll be easy.’

VIERA, Fla. — If you hadn’t known to look at Drew Storen’s left hand Saturday morning, you wouldn’t have noticed anything different about the Nationals closer when he arrived at Space Coast Stadium. He was typically talkative, no casts or crutches supported him, and there was certainly no indication that he had undergone surgery a day before.Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun Mar 13, 2015

Nationals closer Storen has hand surgery, won't miss opener

VIERA, Fla. (AP) — Washington Nationals closer Drew Storen has undergone surgery on his nonpitching hand and is expected to be ready for opening day.
CSN Washington Mar 13, 2015

Storen has hand surgery, out only 2-3 days

Drew Storen became the latest Nationals player to suffer a spring training injury, those this one is expected to sideline the reliever only a couple of days.

Storen has left hand surgery, sidelined only 2-3 days

Drew Storen became the latest prominent Nationals player to suffer a spring training injury, requiring minor surgery Friday to remove the broken hook of the hamate bone in his left hand. Manager Matt Williams told reporters in Viera the right-handed Storen would likely be able to resume normal throwing within 2-to-3 days and thus is…

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