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jruiss01 wrote:It doesn't sound too prmising for Glavine. I listened to the press conference on WFAN this afternoon before the game. He had something like this happen to him in 1990 but it turned out to be nothing. They said they did some tests and they got positive results back (for what I don't know). If it is a clot then he'll probably have surgery and be back on the field in a week or two. But some think it could be a career threatening even life threatening injury. I think he'll be fine. Same thing happened to David Cone.
ESPN wrote:A source told The New York Post that an angiogram performed on Glavine on Monday showed that he doesn't need surgery. The source didn't tell the newspaper what the test found, but said Glavine's problem is expected to be treated with medication and the lefty could be pitching for the Mets again next week.
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