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Tuesdoy, July 19, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Tendonitis plagues Bird
DETROIT (UPI) - Ailing star pitcher Mark Fidrych of
the Detroit Tigers underwent a thorough examination at Ford
Hospital yesterday which revealed the right-hander is sf-
a- fering from tendinitis in his right shoulder.
"THE BIRD," ORIGINALLY scheduled to pitch in to-
night's All-Star game for the American League, will be side-
lined indefinitely with an ailment similar to one which af-
flicted Detroit's other prize young pitcher, Dave Rozema.
- Team physician Dr. David Mitchell said there was no evi-
dence of joint or bone damage to Fidrych's' right shoulder.
IT WAS NOT possible at this time, Mitchell said, to
determine when Fidrych can resume pitching. "The Bird"
says the arm feels fine except when he pitches.
Fidrych threw 15 pitches in a game July 12 before tak-
ing himsolf out, complaining his right arm hurt when he
threw. He-tried a few practice pitches again Sunday but
quickly halted, saying it still hurt. It is the second time
Fidrych's season has been interrupted with an ailment. Ie
underwent knee surgery before the season started to correct
torn cartilage and didn't make his first start until the sea-
son was two months along.
ROZEMA HAS MISSED starts twice thi season with
a form of tendinitis in his riglit shoulder. Ile pitched a cno
plete game Saturday in Toronto aft r recovering from his
latest bout. Four Detroit pitchers have had sore arms so
far this season. Reliever Steve Foucautilt is scheduled to re-
turn to pitching after the All-Star break while Vern Ruhle
is still recovering from a sore shoulder in the minors.

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LOS ANGELES RAMS quarterback Pat Haden debates whether to hold up fellow signalcaller
Joe Namath during training camp drills yesterday. Haden, a three year veteran from Southern
Cal, must heat out the newly acquired Namath for the starting role this fall.
Dorsett runs over curfew

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