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Schilling to start at AAA Tucson, is Johnson too?

Postby ramble2 » Tue Jul 01, 2003 12:42 pm

From Rotoworld:

Curt Schilling (hand) announced he would make his first rehab start Wednesday for Triple-A Tucson.
Schilling will be held to about 60 pitches Wednesday. He vowed to return to the Diamondbacks before the All-Star break.

Is Johnson scheduled for any rehab starts at Tucson? How much would that suck if you were a minor leaguer facing Schilling and Johnson on consecutive nights! Personally, I love minor league ball and would love to watch those games. Does anyone plan on going, and if so, could you report on how Schilling and Johnson look?
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Postby chinch sacs » Tue Jul 01, 2003 1:39 pm

that would be great for the AAA team... I am also very interested in how they look (I have both in my league)
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Postby benjapage » Tue Jul 01, 2003 2:20 pm


Randy Johnson
Randy Johnson threw about 55 pitches and performed some fielding work under the supervision of assistant general manager Sandy Johnson on Monday, according to the Arizona Star. He's scheduled to be examined today, and could make his first minor league rehab start on Thursday for Triple-A Tucson if his right knee shows it is holding up.
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Postby Wind Dancer » Tue Jul 01, 2003 2:34 pm

;-D From the team's web site.......
"If Johnson comes through Monday's session, he is expected to start Thursday night for the Triple-A Tucson Sidewinders and possibly return to the D-Backs right after the All-Star Break.

Schilling headed to Tucson: One day after throwing a bullpen session, Curt Schilling said his right hand felt good. Schilling, who fractured the hand May 30 in San Diego will start for Tucson on Wednesday night. "

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