Trenton right-hander Graham Stoneburner came into Spring Training this season feeling good and fully…
Stoneburner Battling Back
And this year, as a member of the Trenton Thunder, Stoneburner did not pitch the majority of the season's first half after straining his groin on two separate occasions. "My first start of the year," Stoneburner said, "I had a lot of tightness in my groin. I had a line drive come back at me, shifted out of the way pretty quickly, and then as I kept pitching, it just tightened up. So, we made the call to take me out of the game. I missed two weeks, came back. "Then in my third start back from hurting my groin initially, I had a strain of my groin again, so I took three weeks off." But now, Stoneburner is healthy and back with the Thunder after rehabbing in the Gulf Coast League. The 6-foot, 205-pounder struggled in his return on July 13. He surrendered five runs (three earned) and six hits in 1/3 innings. He was also knocked around in one of his most recent outings on Friday, when he gave up six runs and five hits in one inning. "On Friday his pitches were maybe a little bit...
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