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Espn is reporting that Arod is in Colorado to see about a cyst on his hip. It could be anything from a benign fluid collection to a degenerative bone condition in the ball joint of his hip. Isn't this what felled Albert Belle?

It's way to early to even reason towards suppositions, but it will have people starting to wonder as we see how much time he misses of the WBC.

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Hopefully this will be nothing more than a scare. I dislike ARod and would like nothing more than to see the Yanks fall flat, but you don't wish a degenerative condition on anyone. And it would stink royally for baseball to have one of its best players go down, no matter what you think of him.

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Hopefully this will be nothing more than a scare. I dislike ARod and would like nothing more than to see the Yanks fall flat, but you don't wish a degenerative condition on anyone. And it would stink royally for baseball to have one of its best players go down, no matter what you think of him.

No doubt but back to the MFY falling flat on their faces.

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