Sneeze lands Latos on disabled list | MLB.com: News
Latos said that he was feeling "fine, I feel great," before the Padres workout on Thursday, though he understood the cautious approach the team was taking.
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"You've really got to take your hats off to what San Diego has done," Jason Giambi said. "Night after night, they've been unbelievable."
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"I think some people outside the game are making a mistake by thinking the Padres are going to fade in the second half," said the former Padres manager during the pre-All-Star Game interviews. "When you get the type of pitching they have and play the game the way they do, you are going to have success."
Bless you — stifled sneeze has Latos headed to DL - SignOnSanDiego.com
Latos didn’t know exactly what his injury is, although he said it was "against my ribs." "Is it a big deal?" Latos said. "That depends on how it goes and how long I’ll miss. It’s sore. I am not going to lie."
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"I'm not thrilled, because I expected us to be here," he said. "And I expect us to be at the same place at the end of the year. It's not something that I get excited about because it's not something that I did not expect."
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