Wednesday, December 3, 2008

From Cy Young to DL

Milwaukee, one of the favorites to represent the AL in the World Series this season, suffered a mjor injury when reigning Cy Young winner Woody Hiller went down with a shoulder injury. In the 5th inning against his last start against New York, Hiller felt a strain in his pitching shoulder; catcher John Stevenson immediately signaled for the trainer. The club has declined to state what exactly the injury is, but an unnamed source speaking on the condition of anonymity has said Hiller will be out for about 2 months.

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