Kotsay Out Three Months
by Ken Arneson
2007-03-07 20:11

Mark Kotsay is going to have surgery to fix a herniated disk in his back, and will miss 8-12 weeks.

So, let’s take a look at how the A’s red lights are doing so far:

Mark Kotsay: back surgery

Bobby Kielty: knee surgery

Bobby Crosby: still recovering from his broken back

Justin Duchscherer: flu, elbow tendonitis

Mark Ellis: OK so far, but I hear Sylar is looking for him

Rich Harden: So powerful! However, his power may overwhelm him, as he is predicted to destroy New York on June 30.

Yup, them’s our A’s for you. We love ’em!

Comments: 4
1.   Philip Michaels
2007-03-07 20:49

1.  The lesson is clear: Will Carroll is not a man to be trifled with.

Oh, great and angry Will Carroll -- tell us who has wronged thee so we may smite him and appease your wrath!

2.   photogirl
2007-03-08 09:34

2.  lol!!!

Kerry :-D

3.   trainwreck
2007-03-08 18:58

3.  Is Travis Buck going to make the team now?

4.   Philip Michaels
2007-03-08 20:50

4.  3 Nah. But Rule 5 draftee Ryan Goleski sure does look like he might stick in Oakland.

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