Found April 04, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Because of food poisoning, the Rockies will be a bit short on bullpen help to begin the season this week. Yes, food poisoning is typically a 24-hour or 48-hour ordeal, but it can leave some lasting effects. As a result of a strained oblique from power puking, Rockies left-handed reliever Josh Outman has been placed on the 15-day disabled list to start the season.
“The food poisoning, there was a lot of vomiting and I really believe he strained his oblique,” Colorado manager Jim Tracy said Tuesday according to FoxSports.com. “He’s been much better over the last couple of days but he hasn’t been able to throw. We haven’t been able to get him to the mound. So we’re just going to err on the side of caution.”
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Colorado Rockies pitcher Josh Outman is headed for a stint on the disabled list after straining his oblique while vomiting during a bout with food poisoning.
Colorado Rockies left-handed pitcher Josh Outman strained his oblique while vomiting due to a bout of food poisoning, according to manager Jim Tracy."The food poisoning, there was a lot of vomiting and I really believe he strained his oblique," Tracy said Tuesday.Outman will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list.The lefty, who joined the Rockies from the Athletics...
Most teams haven't even kicked off their seasons, yet we've already seen some wild injuries across Major League Baseball. Rockies pitcher Josh Outman can stake claim to the most embarrassing. Outman, who had been battling food poisoning, appears to have strained his oblique while puking. "The food poisoning, there was a lot of vomiting and I really believe he strained...
Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Josh Outman strained his oblique hurling something that wasn't a fastball.
According to manager Jim Tracy, Outman sustained the injury from vomiting due to a bout of food poisoning.
He will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list, MLB.com reported.
"The food poisoning, there was a lot of vomiting and I really believe he strained his...
Seems to be a rough start of the year for former A’s pitchers that are now closers for other teams. Colorado Rockies closer Josh Outman strained his oblique the other day and has been placed on the DL. The lefty did not hurt himself while pitching or working out, it the injury was actually a result of the vomiting from a bout of food poisoning, manager Jim Tracy describes...