Jordan wrote:I spoke to Randy Henry recently and he's already started his throwing program. Said he's feeling great. Though, he's getting his arm back into shape after his elbow injury last season.
Speaking of long tossing, Don, Project Prospect posted a Scout's take on long tossing. Would love to hear your thoughts on the article:
http://projectprospect.com/article/2010 ... ng-tossing
mcpd wrote:Did he say whether he would be ready for the beginning of the minor league season.Do you think he starts the year in delmarva?
Jordan wrote:mcpd wrote:Did he say whether he would be ready for the beginning of the minor league season.Do you think he starts the year in delmarva?
He'll be good to go for spring training, I believe. With the way he played last year I'd stick him in Frederick...I have the feeling the Orioles are going to do the same. He has some of the best stuff in the system, just needs to stay healthy.
Don wrote:You cross check the entire scope of major sports and you would be hard pressed to find a single athlete without scar tissue. Every single arm attached to a pitcher has some degree of buildup. You break down every single time you throw. It will greatly depend on the growth of the scar, if extensive, in the amount of buildup.
To my knowledge, the damage is minimum, but he is simply slow to heal. You may or may not be right to say that it will require surgery, but at this time it is simply healing on its own.
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