Percival is OK

Who to start, who to bench. Grab that WW guy? Low priced rookie or high priced stud?
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Zubaz4fans
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Percival is OK

Postby Zubaz4fans » Mon Aug 18, 2008 2:55 pm

Troy Percival, RP TB
News: The St. Pete Times reports that Rays closer Troy Percival won't need surgery on his right knee and expects to be to be ready when eligible to come off the DL, on Aug. 30. "The prognosis was basically that if I got it done it was going to be October (until he was recovered), and without it, it's very feasible that (he'll be back within) two weeks -- I've just got to deal with pain and go. It's going to do any more damage," Percival said. "Once I'm good to go, I'll be out there. ... The pain is tolerable."

im CUST sayin' if he was dropped in some of your leagues, this news could be refreshing to you.

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Re: Percival is OK

Postby Grey » Mon Aug 18, 2008 3:07 pm

Cool, thanks for the heads up.
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