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Old 04-10-2013, 11:23 AM
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Gordon Beckham day-to-day with nerve irritation in his left wrist. No structural damage was found in an X-ray, but Beckham hasn’t had an MRI exam.

Jeff Keppinger is expected to shift to 2nd and Conor Gillaspie at 3rd.

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Old 04-10-2013, 04:29 PM
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Beckham hopes to be back by Friday but he won't even pick up a bat until Friday so that sounds like a pretty quick recovery
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Beckham hopes to be back by Friday but he won't even pick up a bat until Friday so that sounds like a pretty quick recovery
Wrist injuries are tricky and sometimes take eons to heal. I hit a tree root playing golf over 20 years ago and it took 18 months before I was 100%.
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I think we should strap it down for an extended absence from Beckham.
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Wrist injuries are tricky and sometimes take eons to heal. I hit a tree root playing golf over 20 years ago and it took 18 months before I was 100%.
I'll concur on this item. Anything in the hand/finger/wrist area is iffy at best. I had the bad luck to dislocate a thumb in my youth and it was a good six months before I had any strength in that hand (I couldn't even pick up a can of pop while it was healing it was that tender.)

Hoping for the best with Gordon but I won't be shocked it the news ends up bad.
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