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Nola update: ‘Feels great’

philsSome encouraging news from Phillies brass.

According to a story Thursday by Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly, Joe Jordan, director of player development, said that starting pitcher Aaron Nola “feels great” three months after being diagnosed with a sprained collateral ligament at the elbow and strained flexor tendon.

Salisbury said Nola has been throwing for a few weeks in Florida, but there haven’t yet been any signs of pain to his elbow. The right-hander should face hitters in the next couple weeks, representing a major test in his rehabilitation.

The piece also has updates on prospects Mickey Moniak, J.P. Crawford, Mark Appel and Andrew Pullin.

 

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