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Starting Sheets Risky Move at Best

Milwaukee starter Ben Sheets lasted only 2.1 innings Saturday against the Cubs and obviously wasn't sharp after an arm injury sidelined him the past 10 days.

His heart was in it. The problem is that Ben Sheets should have used his head in telling Milwaukee interim manager Dale Sveum whether he was ready to pitch Saturday against Chicago. Because it was obvious almost from his first offering that the right-hander, who hadn't taken the mound since leaving after two innings with elbow trouble against the Cubs on Sept. 17, didn't have it in his arm either... Recommended Stories

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