6/19 Stewart examined
Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic confirmed what the Cubs medical staff diagnosed regarding third baseman Ian Stewart’s wrist, and that is that there is nothing structurally wrong. Stewart received a cortisone injection on the top of his hand, and the Cubs hope that helps him deal with the discomfort.
“This kind of thing is lingering but hopefully the cortisone shot in a different area will make a difference,” Cubs manager Dale Sveum said.
— Carrie Muskat