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Werth Could Miss Opening Day
2005-03-03 19:00
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

So there is bad news after all. Left fielder Jayson Werth has a small fracture in his left wrist after getting hit by a pitch Wednesday. Looks like he'll be spending the better part of March on an exercise bike - according to The Associated Press, Werth won't see game action for at least 10 days and might not be ready in time for Opening Day.

Ricky Ledee would figure to replace him in the lineup, with an extra bench spot opening up temporarily. But a month might be enough time for Werth to recover.

Update: Dodgers.com has a full story. According to Ken Gurnick, trainer Stan Johnston is "hopeful" Werth will be healed by Opening Day. Gurnick also has updates on Brad Penny, Odalis Perez, Wilson Alvarez and others in the story.

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