Sunday, March 23, 2008

Cappy Could be Done

The problem of the Brewers pitching surplus may be solved very shortly. That solution, however, could be season ending surgery for Chris Capuano.

According to (which has a new look by the way, check it out), "An MRI scan last week revealed that Capuano has a torn ulnar collateral ligament, and at best he will choose to skip surgery for a three-month rehabilitation. But the overwhelming odds are that Capuano will instead opt for the second season-ending Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery of his career, then a year-long rehabilitation."

Cappy had a rough second half of the season after being named to the All-Star last season, and subsequently has been the subject of trade talks since the season ended. I'm guessing it's surgery for him, and his career as a Brewer could be over.

In other news, the Brewers roster is clearing up after Laynce Nix was sent down to the minor leagues.


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