Randy Henry opened 2010 with 22.1 dominating SAL innings in which he struck out 30 and walked just 5. Then he felt elbow pain and was headed for his second Tommy John surgery until doctors informed him that rehab was all that was needed. Still, Henry went on to miss the rest of the season.
To open 2011, Henry stayed in extended spring training for a month until the weather in Delmarva warmed up. He threw 37.2 innings as a Shorebird and registered 29 strikeouts, 6 walks, and put up a 2.48 GO/AO ratio — good for a 2.37 FIP.
After those 37.2 Delmarva innings, Henry was promoted to Frederick where he threw 15 solid innings, but was shutdown when he reached his innings limit. He walked just 2 and struck out 11 batters as a Key.
Henry finished the season with 52.2 innings, 8 walks, 40 strikeouts, and a 2.11 GO/AO ratio. He held opposing hitters to a .245 average.