Quentin leaves the game

Carlos Quentin pulled up lame while running out a double in the first inning of Monday’s contest with the Angels at Angel Stadium.

Quentin’s double to center scored a run, but as he turned the corner around first base, he began to limp and favor his left foot. When Quentin reached second base, he bent over in pain and acting manager Joey Cora and athletic trainer Herm Schneider came out to check on him. Quentin originally was helped from the field but walked to the dugout under his own power, replaced at second by Brian Anderson.

With Anderson’s entrance and Quentin’s injury, Scott Podsednik moved from center to left and Anderson took over in center. Quentin missed five games from May 16-20 with a sore left heel, diagnosed as planter fasciitis.

3 Comments

I had a similar injury[Platar fascitis] that was treated by a podiatrist very sucessfuly. He took a felt pad that was onequarter inch thick lifed up the pad in my shoe and placed the pad in there.I immediately knew that this was going to work as it felt terrific when i stepped on the pad.It took another week befor I was completely pain free but I continued to usethe pad for months after. He also had me roll lthe foot on a soupcan for 5 minu
tes twice a day.
Bill connelly

That line-up needs a healthy Quentin back. He is the spark plug who leads by example.

That line-up needs a healthy Carlos Quentin back. He is the spark plug who leads by example.

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