Yes, they are starting to pile up. Now is when we see what kind of depth this club has.
It looks like we'll see Peter Moylan a lot sooner than any of us thought.
"I think it's at least 10 days or two weeks," Braves manager Bobby Cox said in reference to the amount of time he thought it would take for Paronto's injury to heal.
Read into this that Corms will likely not be ready until mid-May.
With the way some of our relievers have pitched, I hate to say that we might be able to use the services of Sturtze.
This guy is proving to be a real dud. We could use his bat in our strikeout-prone lineup, but it doesn't seem that he'll be back any time soon.
As I'm sure we're all aware, Hampton will miss the entire 2007 season, and at this point I'm not even counting on him for 2008. An interesting thing about Hampton and his contract is that I think Andruw Jones resigning with the Braves next year is directly tied to Hampton's contract. He will make $15 million next year - money that could definitely be used to sign Andruw. But after that, we will essentially be clearing $15 million from our books in 2009. So if Schuerholz can work Andruw's contract such that the first year is not much more than he's making this year before the higher salaries kick in, then resigning him could be feasible.