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Photo: Philliedelphia/Frank Klose Phillies starter Kyle Kendrick received some good news from the doctors tonight. According to Jim Salisbury of CSN Philly, Kendrick has been diagnosed with shoulder tendonitis after receiving an MRI today. Salisbury reports that Kendrick will receive a second opinion tomorrow in New York. Kendrick has struggled...
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