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News getting worse for Sox

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st24a_big.jpgTORONTO - Here are the medical updates coming out of loss No. 20 of the season.
Bartolo Colon left the game after five innings with what the pitcher said was a mild upset stomach. And no, it was not Swine Flu.
The news was a bit worse for Carlos Quentin, according to acting manager Joey Cora.
"Carlos came to me after [batting practice] and said he couldn't go,'' Cora said, as Quentin's left heel continues to be a problem. "The plan right now, he's leaving Sunday night to Chicago and get some treatment Monday. And hopefully be able to play on Tuesday, but that's where he's at right now. He won't be available tomorrow or on Monday.''
Head trainer Herm Schneider actually sent word that Quentin will get re-evaluated tomorrow morning at the Rogers Centre, and if there's no improvement he could be on a flight out by late afternoon.
If he has to go on the 15-day DL the Sox would be in some real big trouble, as the outfield is already thin.
Can you say 2007 all over again?

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after two make em look like Cy Young pitchers for the Jays, we get the real thing in Doc Halladay. Oh boy! let's see some bunting for hits! Go Sox!!

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