gods-wrathAs the “rest of the season” shortens, the notion that a particular player might be out for the “rest of the season” becomes simultaneously more likely and less terrifying. Next up to possibly miss the “rest of the season”: Aramis Ramirez.

The Chicago Cubs’ third baseman has missed a few games now with the lingering effects of his formerly dislocated shoulder, and he might miss the rest, too.

On the other hand, third baseman Aramis Ramirez is not ready to go, and he may be next in what’s becoming a long line of Cubs to be shut down for the rest of the year.

“I’m not going to say that, but we’ll see,” Lou said.

Aramis is suffering lingering soreness from the dislocated shoulder he suffered in May. DailyHerald.com Blogs.

Ramirez has still not announced his decision as to whether or not he will have offseason surgery to help shore up his loosey-goosey shoulder. Either way, he is expected to be 100% by next year.

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