It remains to be seen exactly how much money Nick Hagadone cost himself by hitting something in the Indians clubhouse following his most recent bad outing, last Friday against Tampa Bay, but we now know how long he'll be out. Cleveland-based Associated Press writer Tom Withers tweeted today that Hagadone had a screw inserted into his broken left forearm at the Cleveland Clinic and will miss the next 8-10 weeks. Factoring in rehab, and the fact that there are about 10 weeks left in the season, that will effectively end Hagadone's 2012 season.
Hagadone, acquired from Boston in the Victor Martinez trade back in 2010, showed minor flashes of what he's capable of, but ultimately struggled with his emotions and command en route to posting a 6.39 ERA in 25.1 innings of work. He struck out 26 and walked 15, gave up 26 hits, and four home runs. Hagadone did notch his first career save on May 7, about the only highlight for him this season.
The 26-year-old Idaho native will likely have an inside track for one of the Indians bullpen spots next season in Spring Training, assuming his rehab goes well and he is still on the Indians 40-man roster next spring.
If you want to simply sit back and relax while playing online casino games, then the online casino Canada sites have the games that you want. You can enjoy slots, scratch cards games, keno and other games that all allow you to enjoy without worrying about strategy.