Apr 15, 2014, 11:28 PM EDT
Josh Johnson‘s arm injury woes continue.
According to Corey Brock of MLB.com, the right-handed starter is still being bothered by discomfort in his forearm and will be examined next week by Dr. James Andrews. Johnson had his Tommy John surgery conducted in August 2007 by Andrews.
Hey, maybe this time he’ll get a discount.
Johnson pitched just 81 1/3 innings last season for the Blue Jays — to the tune of a 6.20 ERA — and opened the 2014 season on the disabled list. He reported feeling good after an April 2 cortisone shot, but not much tangible progress has been made.
“It still drives me crazy,” the 30-year-old Johnson told MLB.com on Tuesday evening. “It’s a waiting game. We just want to do what we can to make sure it’s 100 percent. … We’ll know more next week.
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