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Baseball Dealing With Multiple Injuries

The baseball team has been hit with several injuries over the last few weeks.

Matt Hunt (P/1b) injured his elbow while pitching. He was diagnosed with an ulnar collateral injury of his elbow. He will not return to pitching for the remainder of the season. He is scheduled for an MRI to further reveal the extent of the injury. He will be able to play 1st base and hit in games. Hunt had 2-1 record with 5 starts and 23 innings pitched at the time of his injury.

Joe Santillo (3b) is going to miss the remainder of the season with a low back injury. Santillo is suspected of having a herniated disc in his lumbar spine. He is also scheduled for an MRI to further evaluate his injury. Santillo was hitting .278 in 16 games played with 9 RBI and 5 doubles.



Pat Clark (P) is going to miss the remainder of the season with an elbow injury. He was diagnosed with biceps insertion tendonitis and medial epcondylitis. Clark is also scheduled to get an MRI to rule out any ulnar collateral ligament injury. Clark was 2-0 in 2 starts and 4 appearances for the Ospreys when his injury occured.


AJ Senerchia (C) has been dealing with a shoulder injury since the beginning of the season. He was diagnosed with a avulsion injury of his inferior glenohumeral ligament. However, AJ elected to put off surgery until the end of season, and has been attempting to get through the season with limited throwing and regular rehab. Senerchia is batting .516 in 16 games played with 4 doubles and 6 RBI.

4 /24/08

   
   
 
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