Francisco not shut down yet for season
New York Mets
Why risk using Francisco again this season given the games are meaningless and the closer is under contract for $6.5 million next season?
"It's tendinitis. It's not any structural thing," Collins said. "If that goes away, as long as his muscles are intact -- all the tendons and everything else -- there's no reason why he shouldn't be able to pitch."
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