First Prior, then Wood, now Carlos Zambrano. How is it the oldest Cubs pitcher, Greg Maddux, is the only one without arm trouble?
Zambrano was diagnosed with a mild case of tennis elbow. That’s no fun. I’ve got it in my left arm from years of too much typing. Before I bought this weird ergonomic keyboard, the last two fingers in my left hand were numb by the end of the day.
That’s bad enough when you’re just pontificating on the web. It’s career-threatening when you’re paid to heave a baseball at 95 miles an hour.