Injury Report

We haven’t mentioned it here, and with Tony Clark having played so well thus far it hasn’t really hurt that badly, but the loss of Travis Lee for the season is something that could well come back to haunt the Bombers, especially with Jason Giambi showing serious signs of wear and tear. Meanwhile, we’re happy that Jorge will be back in the lineup this week, if not today, and signs that Heredia and Kasay might return soon are very encouraging, as the middle-relief has been a bit dicey here and there.

Meanwhile, more bad news for the halos, the bombers next opponents: Glaus joins Anderson, Salmon, Erstad on the DL. Ouch. We’ll be up late for tonight’s festivities: will Vaz return to form? Will Sele (early frontrunner for the comeback player award?) return to his old ways?

2 comments… add one
  • If only Sierra could play first.
    Clark always looks like he’s batting with a broomstick.

    JCL (YF) May 18, 2004, 6:00 pm
  • True. If the Giambi problem worsens, you have to wonder whether there will be a move to reacquire Tino, who’s hitting around .290 for the struggling Rays.

    YF May 19, 2004, 10:41 am

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