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Royals' Soria Leaves Game With Sore Elbow After Another Rough Outing

Royals' Soria Leaves Game With Sore Elbow After Another Rough Outing

Royals' Soria Leaves Game With Sore Elbow After Another Rough Outing

"The growing concern regarding Royals closer Joakim Soria escalated sharply Sunday afternoon when he left a game against Cleveland because of a sore right elbow after another ineffective performance.

"Oh, yeah, I'm worried," he admitted. "Since I've had my Tommy John surgery (in 2003), I've never had anything like that. I don't feel it's that bad because before the Tommy John surgery, all of my strength went away. This time, it hasn't.

"So I don't feel like it's that."

Even so, it's ominous — particularly since Soria has little resembled his previous All-Star form in four spring appearances. The Royals characterized the injury as "soreness in his right elbow" and said he would be reevaluated within a couple of days."

 

 

 

By Truth and rumors
Monday, 19 Mar 2012

 

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