"I just think that by the time he's going to feel well enough to practice and get himself back in shape, days will have passed," manager Tony La Russa said. "And there's a threat that he would be impatient or we would be impatient to pinch-hit him or something like that, which would be unfair. We're playing short anyway."
Wait. Is that...logic? Not something I'm real familiar with, to be quite honest, following this team, but I have to say, I like it an awful lot.
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