COLE HENRY’S LONG ROAD BACK FROM SURGERY MAY PAY OFF FOR NATS!

By Lew Gould

Nats prospect Cole Henry is “feeling really good” following thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in August 2022.

The 24-year-old right-hander is a former second-round pick who looked primed to make his MLB debut in 2022 before suffering the injury.

“I definitely think, as with any surgery, it’s going to take a year or two years just to be fully past it. I’ll still have hiccups here and there as far as just a little bit more soreness on different days. Doing new things or pitching for a little bit longer than I’m used to.”

Henry hopes to pitch between 75-100 innings this season, and there’s a chance that some of those could come at the big league level if he gets off to a good start in the minor leagues.

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