BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, the AL leader in home runs and RBI, will have more tests for heart palpitations before he returns to the lineup.
The tests will take a few days, said Red Sox medical director Thomas Gill on Tuesday.
I hope it's nothing serious. Hopefully it's a case like Glavine's "blood clot" in which he was back within a few days.
No Ortiz... No Manny... No Varitek...
Sox fans, time to throw in the towel?
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Originally posted by It's FalseSox fans, time to throw in the towel?
That time was a few weeks ago. Hopefully neither Dr. Pappas or Gilbert Mudge are involved in this diagnosis. Shut him down for the season and see him again in late February healthy. Not worth ruining his career/life on a team that had it's front office quit on it at the end of July and the rest of the team quitting in early/mid August.
This is definitely a trade with its pros and cons. On one hand-even with Holliday not producing like he did in Colorado, he's still a huge upgrade in LF over the duo of Chris Duncan and Rick Ankiel. Good baserunner and defender.