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Bedard Removed from Outing With Injury

Bedard Removed from Outing With Injury

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PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Left-hander Erik Bedard was removed from the Pirates game against the Washington Nationals at PNC Park in the top of the second inning due to back spasms.

The lefty needed just five pitches to retire the side in the first inning. The injury occurred after throwing a 1-2 pitch to former bucco Adam LaRoche. Bedard twisted his torso as the Pirates trainers and Manager Clint Hurdle came to the mound. He was removed several minutes later. Right-hander Brad Lincoln was called upon for long relief.

Bedard said his back tightened up on the last pitch to LaRoche. He thought about throwing another pitch, but couldn't do it.

"Usually back spasms is just one little thing you do, it starts to hurt," said Bedard, who also suffered from back...

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