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Martinez 1 serious injury from retiring

first_imgFrom news services Now that Pedro Martinez knows what it takes to come back from major shoulder surgery, don’t count on him doing it again. He would love to play another three or four years – as long as he avoids serious injury. “If anything goes wrong: Hasta la vista, baby,” the Mets right-hander said before New York played the Washington Nationals on Monday night. Martinez was sidelined for most of the season after having surgery last October, but is 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA and 17 strikeouts over 16 innings since he came off the disabled list Sept. 3. He feels as wiped out as anyone who’s played since the spring. “I’m as tired as I would be if I was here all year,” he said. “I’m probably as tired as the guys who’ve been here all season. My rehab was double the work. My rehab was very long, very intense.” Bonds sits out Barry Bonds was out of the San Francisco Giants lineup for their game against Arizona and could get a few more days off to rest his sprained right big toe. “He’s still pretty sore,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “He needs more time.” Bochy said the club was not considering resting Bonds for the remainder of the season. Around the leagues Blue Jays: Third baseman Troy Glaus had surgery on his left foot and first baseman Lyle Overbay will have a procedure next week to remove four screws from his hand. Cardinals: Pitcher Mark Mulder might have additional tests on his surgically repaired left shoulder after struggling in all three starts this month. Nationals: The club claimed right-hander Enrique Gonzalez off waivers from the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 25-year-old Gonzalez was 8-10 with a 5.14 ERA in 27 starts at triple-A Tucson this season. Red Sox: Clay Buchholz will start Wednesday night against the Blue Jays, the right-hander’s first start since throwing a no-hitter against Baltimore on Sept. 1. Yankees: Mariano Rivera was available to pitch again, one night after the pinkie on his pitching hand was bruised by a stray throw as he loosened up in the bullpen at Boston’s Fenway Park. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more