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Nationals' Will Harris diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome

Washington Nationals reliever Will Harris has been diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome and will have surgery, manager Davey Martinez told reporters on Sunday. The diagnosis and decision for surgery means that Harris will most likely not pitch again during the 2021 MLB season. “I spoke to him for a while...
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Nationals reliever Will Harris to undergo thoracic outlet surgery

Nationals reliever Will Harris will undergo surgery to address thoracic outlet syndrome, manager Dave Martinez told reporters (including Todd Dybas of NBC Sports Washington). It’s expected to end his 2021 season. The surgery marks the culmination of a difficult year for Harris. The veteran righty was delayed to start the...

Washington Nationals place Will Harris on 10-Day IL with right hand inflammation

Davey Martinez has been building Will Harris up cautiously, trying to get the 36-year-old up to speed after a still undiagnosed issue with inflammation in his right hand sidetracked him this spring and set back his build-up for the second season of his 3-year/$24M deal in D.C. It’s a difficult...

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...

Nationals place RHP Will Harris on 10-day injured list

The Washington Nationals placed right-hander Will Harris on the 10-day injured list on Sunday with inflammation of his pitching hand. Right-hander Kyle McGowin was recalled from Triple-A Rochester in a corresponding move. Harris, 36, gave up three hits and two runs without recording an out in Saturday’s 12-9 win over...

Washington Nationals’ Will Harris on pitching with worst stuff in his career + Patrick Corbin on wet night in Wrigley...

Patrick Corbin tossed two scoreless against the Chicago Cubs to start the second game of four in Wrigley Field last night, but he gave up two runs in the third. David Bote, on a weak ground ball that bounced from foul territory off of third back into fair territory as Starlin Castro went to grab it, and Nico Hoerner, on a grounder into the hole at short, got on with back-to-back singles in the first two at bats of the Cubs’ third, a sac bunt by starter Zach Davies moved both into scoring position, and Willson Contreras singled to right field to bring both in, 2-0 Cubbies.

Washington Nationals get Will Harris back; confusing inflammation in hand + more...

Considering the potential diagnoses that were brought up, and eventually ruled out, Will Harris was thrilled that he was reinstated from the Injured List by Washington’s Nationals last night, in time for the start of the club’s three-game series with Atlanta’s Braves in the nation’s capital. “I mean, definitely,” Harris...