Found September 03, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
CarGo's next big-league delivery could be delayed — again. After playing Saturday and Sunday the Rockies' all-star left fielder was scratched from his Monday rehab start with Triple-A Colorado Springs when the injured middle finger of his right hand flared up again. Carlos Gonzalez has been on the disabled list since Aug. 5. He still is scheduled to rejoin the Rockies on Tuesday but when he plays again is a day-to-day question. And there remains the possibility that Gonzalez could decide to shut it down for the rest of the season. In short his season remains in limbo. "We could give him an MRI every day but it's not going to get better until he rests" trainer Keith Dugger said after the Rockies lost 10-8 to the Dodgers. "He has a tear and unless you rest it six to eight weeks it's not getting better." Asked if the Rockies are planning to shut down Gonzalez for the rest of the season Dugger said: "Not yet. I haven't even seen him."...
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