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Adam Sorgi Injury Update

Injured shoulder ends Sorgi's season

The Cardinal Baseball team had an outstanding opening series with their sweep of top-ten Cal State Fullerton last weekend. Unfortunately, all is not well on The Farm. Junior third baseman Adam Sorgi did not play against the Titans because of a shoulder problem. The injury has required surgery and Sorgi will miss the entire 2006 season. Here is all of the latest.

The Stanford Cardinal were without one of their top hitters last weekend in their sweep of Cal State Fullerton as Adam Sorgi sat out with a shoulder injury.  Unfortunately, this will be the case for all remaining games this season.  The junior infielder underwent surgery on his right shoulder to repair his injured labrum last Friday.  The Stanford Media Relations office confirmed to The Bootleg... Recommended Stories

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