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Topic - Stan Conte
Clayton Kershaw was back on the Dodger Stadium mound Sunday - in a simulated game that was the next step in his recovery from a strained muscle in his upper back.
Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton, out since May with a bruised elbow, will have arthroscopic surgery Monday to reduce a spur on his right elbow and remove loose chips.
Reliever Kenley Jansen was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday by the Los Angeles Dodgers, less than 72 hours after he was checked into a hospital for an irregular heartbeat.
Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen spent Tuesday night and all day Wednesday in a hospital getting checked for an irregular heartbeat, one day after closing out a 3-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
As jurors deliberated the government's case against Barry Bonds on Friday, a judge ordered the release from prison of the slugger's trainer and defense attorneys accused a prosecutor of giving a misleading closing argument.
The testimony remained intimately personal Tuesday for Barry Bonds.
Colorado Rockies first baseman Jason Giambi says Barry Bonds' personal trainer first sent him steroids at the end of 2002.
The San Francisco Giants' former head trainer testified Tuesday that Barry Bonds added significant muscle mass in 1999 and that he recommended the slugger's personal trainers be banished from the team's facilities the following year.
"All that still kind of feels gone, so I feel pretty normal," he said. "Now it's just a matter of building back up and getting ready to go. I assume (a rehab assignment) would probably be the next step, but I don't think we've gotten there yet. We're kind of waiting to see how I come out of it tomorrow."
"With all due respect to the Hall of Fame, they need to fix that," said Stan Conte, the Dodgers' director of medical service.