No Serious Damage on Jurrjens' MRI

BY foxsports • February 17, 2010

Associated Press

February 17, 2010


ATLANTA -- An MRI on Braves pitcher Jair Jurrjens' right shoulder has revealed inflammation but no structural problems.

The
Braves say team orthopedist Dr. Xavier Duralde has prescribed a week of
rest and treatment for Jurrjens following Wednesday's MRI. Jurrjens is
expected to start throwing next week.

Braves pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Friday.

Duralde says the MRI showed anterior shoulder inflammation. He says the structure of the shoulder and labrum looked normal.

Jurrjens
says he made an awkward throw while working out last week, causing
lingering discomfort. He was 14-10 and ranked third in the NL with a
2.60 ERA last season.


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