Giants detail plans for Cueto and Samardzija as rookies take the spotlight Reviewed by Momizat on . WASHINGTON, D.C.–Johnny Cueto said he was 100 percent sure he would need Tommy John surgery to heal his ailing elbow. But a month after orthopedic surgeon Dr. J WASHINGTON, D.C.–Johnny Cueto said he was 100 percent sure he would need Tommy John surgery to heal his ailing elbow. But a month after orthopedic surgeon Dr. J Rating:
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Giants detail plans for Cueto and Samardzija as rookies take the spotlight

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Johnny Cueto said he was 100 percent sure he would need Tommy John surgery to heal his ailing elbow. But a month after orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews diagnosed him with an elbow sprain instead of a tear, Cueto is throwing again and eager to return from the disabled list as soon as he’s eligible on June 30. “In my mind, God is big and he opted to help me not get the Tommy John and just rehab for a month,” Cueto said through translator Erwin Higueros. Cueto threw his first bullpen Friday since he was placed on the disabled list at the end of April and threw 35 pitches without pain. The right-hander said he would like to throw two more bullpens before facing hitters in a live

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