Arizona's Tracy expected to miss at least 5 months after knee surgery
PHOENIX -- Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Chad Tracy will be sidelined at least five months and perhaps as long as eight months following microfracture surgery on his right knee.
"There's some healing that needs to occur. It's probably hard to appoint a timeline. The best guess is in the five-month range," general manager Josh Byrnes said Friday.
Manager Bob Melvin said the impact of the surgery, performed
Thursday, is different than it would be for basketball players,
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