Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner, who is recovering from cancer, had his left leg amputated below the knee last week.
Thursday was a busy day for Theodore Lerner, the managing principal owner of the Nationals. After an unusual managerial search, the Nationals formally introduced Dusty Baker as the sixth skipper in team history with the entire Lerne...
Nationals owner Mark Lerner said Thursday in a letter to a Washington Post columnist that he had cancer and had his left leg amputated.
The team's vice chairman had surgery in April to remove a growth from his left leg and was later forced to have the limb amputated when the wound did not properly heal.
Nationals owner Mark Lerner reveals that he had his left leg amputated recently and says he is now cancer-free.