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Old 05 May 2008, 06:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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CLEVELAND (AP)—Kansas City Royals left-hander John Bale, already on the disabled list due to a tight shoulder, broke his pitching hand punching a door at the team’s hotel Friday night.

A club spokesman said Bale informed team officials he had pain in his hand after arriving at Progressive Field for Saturday night’s game against Cleveland. X-rays were taken during the game, revealing the fracture on the side of his hand.

Bale returned to Kansas City Sunday morning. He will be examined by team doctors, possibly as early as Monday.

Ironically, Bale was making progress with his shoulder problem and it was hoped he would come off the DL in the next few days. He threw a simulated game Friday and was due to throw live batting practice early in the week. Following Friday’s throwing session, manager Trey Hillman was optimistic Bale was close to being activated.

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what a fucking dumbass.
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The Royals still look good in the AL Central, everyone's playin so-so in that division. Still, this was the last thing they needed.

Story is, he punched that door because he was frustrated with his injury. What a brilliant display of intelligence from that man.
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