Chicago Cubs Bit by Injury Bug Early On

April 7, 2011 by  

Just when it seemed like all was well on the north side of Chicago, down go Randy Wells and Andrew Cashner.

Wells has a strained right forearm, which he felt Tuesday, the day after his start; Cashner has a mild strain in the back of his right rotator cuff.

Both pitchers had MRIs that revealed no structural damage in their arms.

While this is good news, they will both likely miss two weeks of action.

Wells and Cashner were both brilliant in their first start of the season. Wells struck out six in over six innings pitched while only serving up a leadoff homer to Willie Bloomquist, while Cashner—who made his major league debut T...

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