TRENTON, NJ - The word "injury" has fallen in the same sentence as "Graham Stoneburner" far too…
Stoneburner Back On Track
After a month and many rehab hours later, Stoneburner looks as though he never skipped a beat. In the right-hander's first start since being injured, he threw three innings [on a 50 pitch count] of one-hit ball, giving up no runs and no walks while striking out four against Portland Monday night. "I'm excited he's coming back," Thunder pitching coach Tommy Phelps said. "Last year he dealt with some health issues and this year he had the injury early so it's been tough for him to get in the groove because he's been hurt on and off. He's looked really strong for not pitching for a month, and he's showing command with his pitches." "It was a frustrating injury, especially after missing some of last season, so I'm just excited to pitch and compete and I was fortunate enough to be successful the other night," Stoneburner said. Besides displaying confidence in his pitches and looking extremely comfortable on the...
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