The good news is that Duaner Sanchez, sent back to New York this morning for more tests on his shoulder, finally found the doctor's office today after driving around the Upper East Side of Manhattan looking for the Hospital for Special Surgery. FYI, it's at 70th Street and York Ave.
The bad news is that there's no word on his condition yet. Sanchez said he felt a "shock" after throwing his second pitch to open the eighth inning Friday night and he immediately took himself out of the game. It was a tingling sensation that traveled from his neck to the fingertips of his right hand, but by late Friday, the strange feeling was gone.
Both David Cone and Felix Heredia expressed similar discomfort before they were diagnosed with aneurysms, but Sanchez said he felt fine after coming out of the game. In those other cases, Cone and Heredia had persistent numbness in their fingers and a cold sensation that did not go away.
In other news, Carlos Beltran will DH this afternoon against the Blue Jays, with Endy Chavez in center.
Stay tuned for more Sanchez updates later.