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MRI on Starlin Castro shows minor hamstring inflammation

Mar 2, 2013, 3:20 PM EDT

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Starlin Castro tweaked his left hamstring Wednesday and still felt bad enough yesterday that the Cubs sent him for an MRI exam, with the results showing what the team called “minor” inflammation.

Manager Dale Sveum doesn’t seem very worried, telling Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune:

It showed a little something. They said if you did an MRI on everybody’s hamstring it’d show the same thing. Just a minor, little inflammation in that spot.

I’m guessing that’s probably a stretch, but Sveum is hopeful that Castro can return in a week or so. Whatever the case, after playing all 162 games last season Castro’s status for Opening Day isn’t in question.

  1. shwoogy1 - Mar 2, 2013 at 5:44 PM

    He’s fine. Nothing to see here.

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