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Koda Glovers quick rise, Nats GM Mike Rizzo acknowledged, played a role in the injury issues the right-hander has dealt with early in his major league career. Can he overcome the damage thats been done and return to the bullpen in 2018?
Drafted out of Oklahoma State University in the 8th Round of the 2015 Draft, Koda Glover debuted in the majors in July of 2016. It was a quick rise for the Washington Nationals then-23-year-old, hard-throwing right-hander, whose first full season as a professional ended with a hip injury that was later diagnosed as a labrum tear.
Humility can smack athletes via poor results, or, worse, bad outcomes paired with body breakdowns. For two years, this has been the plight of confident, young, could-be-dynamic Koda Glover, the Washington Nationals reliever who throws hard but is yet to last. Glover roared to the major leagues in 2016. April ...
Koda Glover (shoulder) said Saturday that he expects to begin throwing off of a mound by January. The right-hander ascended to the Nationals' closer role during the 2017 season before shoulder and back issues cut his season short cut his season short in June. [...]
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The current trend indicates that there has been minimal movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Glover. In the past week his own percentage has increased by 4.32% . Meanwhile his start percentage has increased by 1.52% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Glover is 26.77% and his lowest is 15.13%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 21.74% and lowest is 12.12%.
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