Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Hunter Pence against the Miami Marlins at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies defeated the Marlins 3-1. Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE
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Sunday, Phillies outfielder Hunter Pence injured his shoulder in a baseball game. Monday, because of the injury, Pence had to miss a baseball game. The Phillies were calling Pence day-to-day, but to be sure, they scheduled Pence for a Tuesday MRI. Or Pence scheduled himself for a Tuesday MRI, or Pence's agent scheduled him for a Tuesday MRI. Whatever the case, Tuesday, Hunter Pence had an MRI on his shoulder to check for damage. Good news!
Bring Out Your Dead: Pierre 7, Orr 4, Rollins 6, Pence 9, Victorino 8, Wigginton 5, Nix 3, Schneider 2, Worley 1— Matt Gelb (@magelb) April 24, 2012
That's Hunter Pence in the Phillies' Tuesday lineup. So Hunter Pence isn't badly injured, if he's even still injured at all. I guess he and the Phillies aren't entirely out of the woods - Pence could aggravate whatever he did, or maybe the MRI missed something - but odds are that Pence is fine, unlike so many of his critical teammates. Look at that lineup. Look at it. Look at it. Ewwww.