From ESPN Injury Room
SKINNY: Extensive testing on Glaus' right wrist ruled out a broken bone or other serious injury, but the Angels still aren't sure whether he will be able to play in Sunday's season opener, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Before this they were saying tendinitis with a possible fracture, so I guess this is kind of good news. Of course if it was fracture they could just set it, put him on the shelf for a while and he'd likely recover. With tendinitis you can only rest (remember Nomar's wrist injury?) - Could lead to a drastic reduction in power, and since this is Glaus' game (it's not like he hits for a high average)....I'd be concerned.