Found July 06, 2014 on Sports Injury Alert:
PLAYERS: Ryan Braun
TEAMS: Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun sat out Sunday after experiencing back spams Saturday night in Cincinnati. Braun, though, says that the spasms are not serious, and he expects to play again within a few days. Logan Schafer played right field Sunday. #451741870 / gettyimages.comBraun left Saturday's game after one at bat. MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports that Braun felt some discomfort during Saturday's pre-game batting practice, which he did not complete, but asked to stay in the lineup. Schafer took over in right after Braun exited.Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel quoted Braun describing the spasms Sunday morning. Braun said that he will continue to receive treatment. Said Braun,"I'm OK. Sore, but as back spasms typically go, just get treatment as much as I can today, hope that it gets better and do the things I can to get back as soon as possible. I don't know if it was one specific swing in BP, but I felt it during BP and thought th...
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