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Pagnozzi Goes Back on Disabled List

May 01, 1997|Associated Press

St. Louis Cardinals catcher Tom Pagnozzi, who came off the disabled list for the first time this season on Friday, is back on it.

Pagnozzi tore a right groin muscle chasing a wild pitch by Todd Stottlemyre in the second inning of Tuesday's 9-7 victory over San Francisco. He was put on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday.

To replace him, catcher Mike Difelice was recalled from Louisville.

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Jason Isringhausen continued to undergo tests for a third day as the New York Mets remained concerned over the condition of the 24-year-old pitcher.

Isringhausen, rehabilitating a broken right wrist, returned from Florida on Sunday after experiencing chest pain and difficulty breathing and going to a hospital emergency room. X-rays of his chest reportedly revealed a spot or mass, causing doctors to order further tests.

Isringhausen was seeing a number of medical consultants headed by Dr. John Olichney, the Mets internist. The team would not reveal the nature of the tests after initial chest X-rays revealed an irregularity.

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Jake Remington, the San Diego Padre farmhand who was injured in a batting practice accident, was transferred from a Bakersfield hospital Wednesday afternoon to San Diego to be checked by a neurosurgeon.

Remington, a pitcher for the Class A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, will need reconstructive facial surgery after receiving multiple fractures of the skull and nose when hit by a ball during batting practice Monday night.

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