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Tuesday, May 18, 2004  
Cubs Finish Strong in West, Sosa Disabled

Very nice weekend for the Cubs, including newly-minted Cubs star Jose Macias (formerly known as "Jose F. Macias"), who busted out a serious can of whup-ass on the Fightin' Friars on his way to nearly tripling his batting average. The Cubs put the lie to the claims that Petco Park was a pitching paradise, hitting multiple home runs on the way to the sweep.

The happiness of Cubs fandom regarding the Padres series outcome was tempered today, however, as Sammy Sosa's bizarre sneezing / back injury led him to the 15 day DL. Per news reports tonight, Sammy has a sprained ligament in his back that will require time to heal. The same news reports indicate that no structural damage (i.e. disk herniation / displacement) was identified on examination, so Sammy should be back after his 15 day stint on the DL. In the interim, look for a lot of Todd Hollandsworth in right field, with an occasional appearance by Tom Goodwin. Potential call-ups include Jason Dubois and Dave Kelton, and the Carlos Beltran nuclear option begins to loom larger....

More tomorrow.



 
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