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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.
Washington Post May 8, 2015

Nats Journal: Reed Johnson expects to begin baseball activities in 12 weeks

Reed Johnson was back in the Nationals clubhouse Friday afternoon, chatting at his locker, propped up on crutches with his left foot in a cast. He’ll get that off Monday, a week after surgery to repair a torn tendon in his foot. Johnson said he’ll spend time in a walking boot next, and hopes to begin jogging in 10 weeks or so. If all goes well, he hopes to begin baseball activities in 12 weeks, and perhaps be ready for a September or October return.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 4, 2015

Reed Johnson has surgery, could be out a while

Reed Johnson had surgery to repair the peroneus longus tendon in his left leg over the weekend, Nats manager Matt Williams announced.
Washington Post May 3, 2015

Nats Journal: Reed Johnson undergoes minor foot surgery

NEW YORK — Reed Johnson underwent minor surgery on Saturday to repair a damaged tendon in his left foot, according to a person familiar with the situation. Johnson landed on the disabled list on Wednesday, a day after he felt “a big pop” in his foot running out of the batter’s box on a pinch-hit double in the Nationals’ dramatic eight-run comeback.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Apr 29, 2015

Taylor, Solis called up; Johnson to DL, Cole demoted

The Nationals have called Michael Taylor back to the majors, along with lefty Sammy Solis, while placing Reed Johnson on the DL and optioning A.J. Cole back to Class AAA.

Taylor, Solis called up; Johnson to DL; Cole sent down

ATLANTA — The Nationals made another flurry of roster moves Wednesday afternoon, promoting outfielder Michael Taylor and left-hander Sammy Solis to the majors, placing outfielder Reed Johnson on the 15-day disabled list and optioning right-hander A.J. Cole back to the minors after his difficult debut the previous night. The moves were necessary for two reasons:…
CSN Washington Apr 29, 2015

Johnson likely out long-term with foot injury

Veteran outfielder Reed Johnson suffered what appears to be a significant muscle pull in his lower leg and foot during the Nationals' wild win Tuesday night.

Johnson likely out long-term after pulling muscle

ATLANTA — Veteran outfielder Reed Johnson is likely to miss significant time after pulling a muscle in his foot late during the Nationals’ dramatic, 13-12 victory over the Braves on Tuesday night. Johnson hurt himself while legging out a key RBI double in the top of the seventh, pulling up lame as he reached second…

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