Symptoms Of Ovary Ganglion Cyst X-rays

The Rays won their 12th consecutive home series The Rays won their 12th consecutive home series over Toronto, since 2007. Left-hander David Price had 26 reasons to be happy, as he cruised through 8 2/3 innings with a dominant performance Thursday in the Rays' 3-1 win over the Blue Jays. But not being able to get the 27th out left him in a foul mood. Manager Joe Maddon -- drawing boos from some of the Tropicana Field crowd of 12,682 -- removed Price with two outs in the ninth in favor of closer Kyle Farnsworth. Maddon said there really wasn't much of a decision, pointing out: "First of all, it's the Rays' game to win. It's not David's game to win." Price was at a season-high 116 pitches, and Maddon liked the matchup with Farnsworth against Yunel Escobar. Escobar singled before Adam Lind grounded out to end the game. Price said he's always seeking perfection. Not that he was bad, as he allowed only four singles and one unearned run. He struck out 10 without walking a batter. Now, let s look at other players trends: Jeff Niemann is expected to be placed on the disabled list due to a lower back strain that will sideline him for an undetermined about of time. The Rays said the move is likely to become official Friday. They didn't say how Niemann -- whose next start would be Tuesday in Cleveland -- would be replaced in the rotation, but RHP Andy Sonnanstine, the team's long reliever, is a possibility. Johnny Damon had two hits Thursday, moving past Steve Garvey and into 75th place on the all-time hit list at 2,600. He also tied for 59th place on the doubles list at 490. Felipe Lopez cleared waivers and accepted an outright assignment to Class AAA Durham. He will join the Bulls on Friday and give the Rays infield depth in the organization. (See more in Tampa Bay Rays


symptoms of ovary ganglion cyst x-rays