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Rotoworld | Apr 16th, 3:32am
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reports that the Padres are worried that Josh Johnson might need Tommy John surgery.
ESPN | Apr 16th, 3:13am
San Diego Padres starting right-hander Josh Johnson, who has yet to pitch this season, will undergo further evaluation this week.
news | Apr 16th, 1:27am
Pitcher Josh Johnson, on the disabled list since March 21 with a right forearm strain, will meet with noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. "We'll get him in to see Dr. Andrews next week, get another set of eyes, and see where we are," said Padres general manager Josh Byrnes.
Rotoworld | Apr 16th, 12:04am
Josh Johnson will have his right forearm examined by Dr. James Andrews next week.
KFFL | Apr 15th, 10:01pm
San Diego Padres SP Josh Johnson (forearm) will visit with Dr. James Andrews.
Sports Injury Alert | Apr 14th, 8:15pm
San Diego Padres starter Josh Johnson was already expected to miss all of April. The word out of San Diego, however, now sounds more pessimistic. Scott Miller of Bleacher Report tweeted that the Padres are set to re-evaluate the right-hander this week due to concerns that his condition is not improving as expected:Injured #Padres starter Josh Johnson (right forearm) will be re-evaluated this week....
KFFL | Apr 14th, 1:21am
San Diego Padres SP Josh Johnson (forearm) will be re-evaluated this week. The team is ...
Roto Rob | Apr 10th, 2:47pm
On this week’s episode of RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast, heard every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, Nick Wagner and Josh Johnson were joined by Mark Maturi (Josh’s future brother-in-law), Sean Yuille (, Travis Kriens ( and Matthew Marshall (@KBWSMarshall) as we dove into the NFC North. This is just an article tease. Visit
The Fantasy Fix | Apr 7th, 3:22am
Another day, another injury for Josh Johnson. The talent right-hander is again having trouble staying healthy, giving an opportunity for 23-year-old Robbie Erlin to make an impression. Erlin has good control and showed some strikeout ability in the minors. He is worth a look in most formats. - Rich Migliorisi
The Fantasy Fix | Apr 7th, 3:16am
Unless your league has more than two DL slots, Johnson isn't worth saving. I'm a huge fan of stashing injured pitchers early in the season, but there are plenty of other guys who provide more predictable upside. - Gerard Martin
Razzball | Mar 20th, 8:51am
Johnson is coming off season-ending elbow surgery and hasn't been phenomenal in spring (although he did go 4 innings, giving up just one run and striking out three, in his most recent Grapefruit start). But for the purpose of being an official bounce back candidate, how can you not improve on horrid (2-8, 6.20 ERA)? - Pete Bothum