If Mat Gamel didn't have bad luck, he wouldn't have any luck at all.
After fighting his way back from a torn ACL suffered last May, the Brewers first baseman didn't make it through the first couple of days of spring training before tearing it again.
Gamel who got a clean bill of health at Brewers On Deck in late January and again when he reported to camp was taking a ground ball last Saturday when he felt his knee get "a little shifty." The Brewers shut him down for a few days, but the knee didn't improve.
An MRI was then taken, revealing the tear. Now, after an already grueling rehab process, Gamel has to start it all over again. It's hard not to feel bad for the guy, especially because he's waited for his opportunity to be a starter at the big-league level and suffered a serious injury both times he had the chance.
"Not real happy, obviously," Gamel said this week. "But I mean what do you do? You rehab it again and try and get it stronger.
"You've got to stay positive, I th...