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Craig Stammen pitched pretty well as a rookie in 2009, though he had not looked nearly as crisp over the last month of the season. It seemed as though opposing hitters had begun to make their adjustments once they had seen him a few times. á Certainly, that happens to many rookie pitchers who, after looking very good the first time around the league is never heard from again. á But Chico Harlan posted the following on his Washington Post Journal on Sept. 2: ôRookie starter Craig Stammen, a member of Washington's pitching rotation since May, has been scratched from his start on Friday because of elbow soreness. An MRI, scheduled for Thursday in Washington, D.C., will determine the severity of the injury.ö "I don't really know what's going on," Stammen said of his elbow. "It's just painf ...

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