Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Where are Drs. Scholls and Martin When You Need Them?

File this one under truth is stranger than fiction. It seems that Troy Glaus' foot injury was caused by wearing the proper sized shoe. According to Jays GM JP Riccardi, Glaus traditionally wears shoes that are half a size too small. This year he tried wearing his proper size and got a bone spur in his heel as a result. If the shoe fits...

1 comment:

JayBird said...

Glaus,Glaus,Glaus. Have you ever notice for years on end when Glaus stops running a play out he starts limping and looks like he's in pain? Well, there we have it. I remember watching him in the World Series doing this and actually said to my buddies- Ít looks like his cleats are too small for him'. Ha Ha.