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Ok, get it out of your system. Now relax. Yes, Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez left today’s game against the Cincinnati Reds with right triceps soreness, but it doesn’t sound serious.

Ramirez left after the top half of the third inning. He missed two months of the 2009 season after dislocating his left shoulder diving for a ball.

“There’s nothing wrong there,” manager Lou Piniella said. “He’ll be ready to go in a couple days, probably after (Monday’s game in) Tucson. He wasn’t going to Tucson anyways.” Chicago Breaking Sports.

We’ll keep an eye on things, but as long as the words “shoulder” and “death” aren’t used, I’ll sleep.

  • Kevin G

    That wasnt funny I looked at it reaaly fast and saw torn not Sore.

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