Gomez improving despite DL move

Carlos Gomez made big strides in his recovery from knee and shoulder ailments on Tuesday, which ironically was his first full day on the disabled list. 

“But I understand,” Gomez said. “We need guys who are 100 percent healthy.”
Gomez’s assignment to the 15-day DL with a strained left rotator cuff was backdated to May 6, the day after he injured his shoulder diving back to second base at Dodger Stadium. The Brewers made the move after Monday’s loss to the Braves, when left fielder Ryan Braun was struck on the left elbow by a pitch. Braun was out of the lineup on Tuesday.
Outfielder Adam Stern replaced Gomez on the active roster. 
“I’m feeling pretty good,” Gomez said. “I feel better with my shoulder and my knee. Today was the first day that I did all of my running and my throwing in the outfield. But we need healthy players.”
Gomez will be eligible to return on May 19, when the Brewers begin a brief, two-game series in Pittsburgh. He has plenty of motivation to hit that target because the team travels two days later to Minnesota for an Interleague Series against the team that traded Gomez to Milwaukee in November. 
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Well we have grown a few things and those items have rellay fed our family of 5 this summer.We have ate lots of cucumber salads and sandwiches,watermelon,cantelopes and a neighbour gave us some squash plus a relative grew some blueberries so yes these gardens are helping alot maybe next year we will grow a bigger one and get the whole family involved.Arkansas is so hot and has so many bugs that its hard to stay in the yard for more then a few minutes at a time.We have ate an amazing amount of these things and they are so good. I may start planning to put in some root crops in the fall.

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