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Washington Post Aug 27, 2015

Nats Journal: Reed Johnson strains oblique on sneeze and other Nationals injury updates

For the record, Nationals Manager Matt Williams still thinks Reed Johnson’s injury is strange, although it’s not exactly the injury he thought it was when he called it a “strange happening” Wednesday. Then, before the game, Williams told reporters Johnson had a strained oblique. After the game, Johnson said he had a broken rib. That is the official diagnosis, so Johnson is shut down until the rib heals, Williams said.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 26, 2015

Nats Journal: The absurd way Reed Johnson injured his oblique and stalled his return from foot surgery

When Reed Johnson tore a tendon in his foot in late April, he hoped for a late-season return, but the prognosis was not good. When he began playing rehab games nearly two weeks ago, he was beating the odds, making progress Nationals Manager Matt Williams called “remarkable.” Johnson would have been a helpful late-game pinch-hit option down the stretch, a helpful September presence. Then absurdity — or maybe allergies — struck.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 22, 2015

Nats Journal: Injury roundup: Reed Johnson’s progress slows, Denard Span and Dan Uggla continue their rehabs

As Aaron Barrett awaits another opinion on his elbow and all continues to move forward for Denard Span and Dan Uggla, the biggest Nationals injury news from Saturday surrounds Reed Johnson, the veteran outfielder who could provide key at bats off the bench late in the season.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 13, 2015

Nats Journal: Reed Johnson plays for first time since April

Reed Johnson wished Potomac Nationals outfield Alec Keller hadn’t run out to left field for the top of the fourth inning. Johnson played three innings there, even chased down a few foul pop-ups down the left field line. But Johnson had not played in a game since April in Atlanta. His prescribed first dose was three innings, no more, so Keller — nearly a decade and a half younger — took over.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 13, 2015

Reed Johnson ready for rehab with Potomac

Veteran outfielder Reed Johnson, out since late April with a torn tendon in his left foot, will begin a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac on Thursday.

Reed Johnson begins rehab assignment with Potomac

Reed Johnson, out since late April with a torn tendon in his left foot, will begin a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac on Thursday night, putting the veteran outfielder on track potentially to join the Nationals’ roster for the season’s final month. Johnson hasn’t played since April 28, when he felt something pop in…

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