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Nationals Place Stephen Strasburg on IL With Neck Strain, Recall Kyle McGowin

Nats place Strasburg on IL with neck strain, recall McGowin originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. The Nationals placed Stephen Strasburg on the 10-Day Injured List with a neck strain Wednesday, one day after he exited a game against the Atlanta Braves with a sore trapezius muscle. Right-handed pitcher Kyle McGowin was added to the roster in a corresponding move.
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Washington Nationals recall Kyle McGowin

The Washington Nationals recalled right-handed pitcher Kyle McGowin from Triple-A Rochester and placed right-handed pitcher Stephen Strasburg on the 10-day Injured List (neck strain) on Wednesday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo made the announcement. McGowin, 29, has pitched to a 3.09 ERA (4 ER/11.2 IP)...
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Nationals recall Kyle McGowin, place Will Harris on injured list

The Washington Nationals recalled right-handed pitcher Kyle McGowin from Triple-A Rochester and placed right-handed pitcher Will Harris on the 10-day Injured List (right hand inflammation) on Sunday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo made the announcement. McGowin, 29, has pitched to a 4.15 ERA (4 ER/8.2...
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Nationals' Kyle McGowin: Rejoins Nationals

McGowin was recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. The 29-year-old was actually with the team on the taxi squad and will rejoin the active roster with Tanner Rainey (undisclosed) and Erik Fedde (undisclosed) placed on the COVID-19 injured list. McGowin has given up four runs on five hits with five walks and four strikeouts over 7.1 innings this season.
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Nationals' Kyle McGowin: Sent to minors

McGowin was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. McGowin will be the reliever who makes way for Will Harris (hand), who returns from the injured list in a corresponding move. McGowin has spent most of the year on the big-league roster, allowing four earned runs in 7.1 innings while striking out four and walking five.
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Nationals' Kyle McGowin: Drops off big-league roster

McGowin was optioned to the alternate training site Saturday, Dan Kolko of MASN Sports reports. The 29-year-old was recalled ahead of Tuesday's season opener but was demoted Saturday with Patrick Corbin returning from the COVID-19 injured list. McGowin didn't allow a hit and had one strikeout and one walk over 2.1 scoreless frames during his brief time in the majors.
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Nationals add Kyle McGowin to active roster amid contact tracing protocols

So far, we know that Sam Clay, Tres Barrera, Luis Garcia and Yadiel Hernandez are being added to the Nationals roster before their Tuesday opener, while Jon Lester, Alex Avila, Kyle Schwarber and Josh Harrison are among the players expected to have their debuts delayed. We can now add right-hander Kyle McGowin to the roster additions, per The Athletic’s Maria Torres (via Twitter). At least one more player from their expected Opening Day roster will thus be unavailable. Reports have suggested that upwards of nine players could miss time due to contact tracing protocols, so there may be more moves coming.
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Nationals' Kyle McGowin: Moving up to big-league roster

The Nationals will call up McGowin from Triple-A Rochester ahead of Tuesday's season opener versus Atlanta, Maria Torres of The Athletic reports. According to general manager Mike Rizzo, the Nationals are expected to be without 11 players Tuesday due to COVID-19 protocols, though not all of those individuals were on track to be included on the Opening Day roster. That said, the Nationals will still need to add several players to the 26-man active roster before Tuesday to compensate for the expected absences. McGowin will help restore some depth in the bullpen for Washington, but he likely won't see much high-leverage work while he's up with the big club.