Gio Gonzalez says that he feels really good after his latest rehab start. The only problem was he didn’t pitch too well. Gonzalez was roughed up in his last start, giving up seven hits and four walks over 3 2/3 innings and giving up a grand slam right before his pitch limit.
Here is Gonzalez’ quote with the Washington Post
“It’s definitely a work in process going from spring training to building it up to shutting it down and then going back at it again,” said Gonzalez, who is on the disabled list for the first time in his seven-year major league career. “To make the wheels go, you’ve got to crank them up and try to find where you’re at. It’s just good to know that my body feels good and my arm feels good.”
He is supposed to be back with the Washington Nationals but they may want to do another rehab start.
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