The Big Train wrote:A decision won't be made until later in the week. The Nats may be forced to place Tony Armas Jr. on the DL. He won't be reevaluated until it's determined if the cortisone injection he received worked or not. If placed on the DL, O'Connor would likely stay. If not, the Nats will send a pitcher down and he could be a candidate at that time.
Hmm, thanks for the update. Hope they keep O'Connor up somehow even if Armas is ok, he's been pitching well enough to deserve retention in the majors.