Pujols Out 4-6 Weeks with Arm Injury
Yesterday, the St. Louis Cards released the MRI and CT scan results of their All-Universe player Albert Pujols. The results showed that he has “a non-displaced fracture of the left radius bone” (Courtesy ESPN.com) The timetable for this injury is 4-6 weeks. This is a huge blow to the Cards because he’s very consistent, and his average has been on the rise ever since Opening Day. However, I think the Cards are a good-enough team to put this injury to the side, focus on the game, and at least play .500 ball till Pujols comes back around late July/early August.
Posted on June 21, 2011, in Baseball and tagged Albert Pujols, Baseball, Cardinals, MLB, Sports, St. Louis Cardinal, St. Louis Missouri, Wilson Betemit, X-ray computed tomography. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.