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LA Times: Angels' Peter Bourjos closes in on rehab stint


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Center fielder, who has been sidelined since April 29 because of a left hamstring strain, tests the leg by running the bases at near full speed. <br/><br/>Peter Bourjos' rehabilitation from a left hamstring strain moved into high gear Wednesday when the Angels center fielder ran from home to first, first to third and first to home at near full speed for the first time since suffering his injury April 29.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/latimes/sports/baseball/mlb/angels/~4/hUQyhS96mms" height="1" width="1"/>

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They've both got great range, but bourjos covera more ground. And the extra balls bourjos gets to would be more than the would be hone runs trout takes away. You guys just remember those because those are highlight worthy

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I hope Scioscia puts him in LF. I know he won't, but it would avoid so much drama.

There shouldn't be any drama. If Trout can't perform hitting when playing LF, then he doesn't deserve all the kudos he gets here. What is the real difference?

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There shouldn't be any drama. If Trout can't perform hitting when playing LF, then he doesn't deserve all the kudos he gets here. What is the real difference?

 

 

That there are some, even if Bourjos wins a gold glove and MVP, that will still want him traded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For a middle reliever.

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I look forward to Bourjos coming back, pushing Trout back to LF, and leading off and going 0-4 in his first game.  MHD will start a thread, other threads will get bumped, and board traffic will go up.  Good times.  

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There shouldn't be any drama. If Trout can't perform hitting when playing LF, then he doesn't deserve all the kudos he gets here. What is the real difference?

I agree with this.

 

I really hope it's not a big deal for him since players his age are usually just happy to be in the everyday lineup regardless of what position they're playing.

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