Smoltz's Next Start Pushed Back

CHICAGO (AP) _ Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz had his
scheduled start pushed back from tomorrow to Tuesday because of
discomfort in his right shoulder and an injured right pinkie
Smoltz, who is 7-and-2 with a two-point-82 E-R-A, is expected to
start one of the doubleheader games against Florida.
Right-hander Lance Cormier will be activated from the 15-day
disabled list and start tomorrow against the Chicago Cubs. Cormier
was on the D-L with a strained right triceps and was 2-and-1 with a
two-point-70 E-R-A in four minor league rehab starts.

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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