Updated: Minor to start Monday for Braves

The dominoes fell within the Braves pitching staff Thursday after starter Kris Medlen was diagnosed with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.

With Medlen on the 15-day disabled list, the Braves will purchase the contract of prospect Mike Minor from Triple-A Gwinnett. The left-hander will start Monday’s game in Houston and remain in the rotation for the short term, Braves general manager Frank Wren said.

The Braves  optioned Kenshin Kawakami to Gwinnett, where he’ll make at least four minor-league starts in an effort to build his stamina for a possible return to the starting rotation. Kawakami has pitched just once in the past 40 days since losing his spot in the rotation to Medlen.

Because Medlen’s injury was a partial and not complete tear, the Braves did not immediately schedule season-ending “Tommy John” surgery for the right-hander. Rather, the team will see if rest and rehabilitation to avoid an operation that will take 12 months to recover.

“The protocol for these things is to let them calm down and see how they respond because it’s not completely torn,” Wren said. “Then you get a better idea of what the next step is.”

Braves pitchers Tim Hudson and Peter Moylan have both had very successful returns from Tommy John surgery. An MRI exam Thursday revealed the partial ligament tear and team orthopedic doctors Xavier Duralde and Gary Lourie were to also look at the MRI results Thursday.

“When it happens on one pitch like that you know something [serious] happened,” Medlen said. “It’s discouraging. I’m going to try the rehab thing and see if it helps out and heals before I need to jump to any conclusions. …

“Anytime you have an arm injury it’s a steep hill to climb. I’m just going to approach it positively and hope everything works out for the best.”

The Braves recalled right-hander Cristhian Martinez from Gwinnett to take Medlen’s roster spot.

Minor travelled with the G-Braves for a game at LeHigh Valley on Thursday, where he was to pitch two innings before joining the Braves.

Wren said the team would wait and see how Minor performed at the major-league level and how Kawakami performed in his minor-league starts before making a decision about the future rotation.

“We’ve never been one to worry about a service clocks,” Wren said about the decision to purchase the contract of Minor. “We haven’t worried about it to this point and we are not going to start now. We feel like a team that has a chance to win.”

Wren said that Kawakami accepted the move to Gwinnett with the understanding of the purpose of the assignment. In his one bullpen appearance, on July 16th against Milwaukee, Kawakami allowed three earned runs and hit hits in one inning.

“He was great,” Wren said. “We explained everything to him. This is not about being demoted because of performance. It’s about we need you to go down and get stretched back out. There is a plan of what we want him to accomplish down there and what we want him to accomplish here.”

115 comments Add your comment

Dick Doss

August 5th, 2010
4:28 pm

hell yeah not last

The Choperator

August 5th, 2010
4:32 pm

You were last Dick. Until I came along.

Adam

August 5th, 2010
4:36 pm

Medlen has a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his rt elbow. Plan of action will be determined over the next couple of weeks.

Matt

August 5th, 2010
4:36 pm

can we please stop claiming “first”……………..it’s lame and pathetic

Awesome

August 5th, 2010
4:36 pm

Great news and a great move, Mr. Wren. Now we just need to put Glaus on the DL and bring up Freeman to see what he can do.

Road Dog

August 5th, 2010
4:37 pm

FIFTH!!!! Not lame.; Not pathetic.

chc4

August 5th, 2010
4:38 pm

Partial tear… Smoltz said during last night’s game that you can pitch as long as it’s not a complete tear. It’s probably just a matter of time before the entire thing goes out but who knows. This is better news than I was expecting.

Road Dog

August 5th, 2010
4:38 pm

Okay, 6th or perhaps 7th?????

FirstHater

August 5th, 2010
4:39 pm

You tell ‘em Matt!

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
4:39 pm

You know, it almost isn’t fair for Minor. A kid shouldn’t have this kind of weight on him in his first start…hopefully he is up for this trial by fire….and hopefully the Braves will score 10 for him.

coolguy2006

August 5th, 2010
4:41 pm

I get to see the gwinnet braves for the first time against the iron pigs. Glad i get to see minor pitch before he gets called up monday

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
4:41 pm

Yeah, KK probably should not have told DOB that he didn’t know if he had the stamina to start right now!!!! I mean…Dude!!!…

ITP Brave

August 5th, 2010
4:42 pm

DOB:

1) Any idea if a “partial” tear means Medlen can avoid Tommy John surgery?

2) Mark Bowman has a blog entry stating that the Braves could consider trading JJ to keep KK on the roster. It that a legitimate possibility? It seems like a team would just eat KK’s contract before trading JJ (who still has some arbitration eligible seasons left before he’s a free agent, if I’m not mistaken).

Thanks

KnightInATL

August 5th, 2010
4:42 pm

DOB – I thought that KK had a clause in his contract that he can’t be sent down. What happens if he doesn’t report?

bobby dewe's jockstrap

August 5th, 2010
4:42 pm

sling it in there minor!

TNBraves Fan

August 5th, 2010
4:43 pm

DC Brave
Not Fair?!?!? What do you expect, for Minor to sit down in AAA all year and never get called up?? I’m sure he wants to come up and show that he’s ready to play. I don’t know any players who’d rather stay in the minors rather than be called up to the big show. That’s what this game is about.

Dave

August 5th, 2010
4:43 pm

If Minor is HALF the competitor I expect him to be, he will LOVE the challenge of starting for a pennant contender.

Let’s all hope he pitches a GREAT game for the Braves come Monday!

K with a K

August 5th, 2010
4:45 pm

DCBrave I am not sure I agree. Not fair???Ask Minor if he thinks its fair? This is the goal of every ballplayer, to make it the show and to play in games that matter. You ask Minor where he would rather be on Monday…on the bump in Houston or riding a bus with Nate McLouth! GO get’em Mike and get well soon Meds!!

ppaddy123

August 5th, 2010
4:45 pm

You know, it almost isn’t fair for Minor. A kid shouldn’t have this kind of weight on him in his first start…hopefully he is up for this trial by fire….and hopefully the Braves will score 10 for him.

Really?…..He’s making his 1st start against a mostly AAA Astros team!

BamaAaron

August 5th, 2010
4:48 pm

Glad the pulled the trigger on sending KK to Gwinnett. Now either leave him down there or trade him away….he doesn’t need to see Turner again unless it’s as a visitor.

Melky Way

August 5th, 2010
4:48 pm

I hope that Meds is not done for the season ,the kid so much heart,he is a “baseball player”.

Falkor88

August 5th, 2010
4:48 pm

Fair for Minor? He’s about to fulfill his life-long dream. He’s no younger than Hanson, Medlen, or Smoltz/Glavine back in the day…..

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
4:49 pm

ppaddy123…good point about the Astros…as for everyone else…don’t get your panties in a wad…I was there the night Steve “the Franchise” Avery made his first start, in a no pressure situation, and it still got to him a little bit. I hope this kid blows them away…but remember that young kid we threw right in the fire a few years back that game up the grand slams? What was his name again?

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
4:51 pm

Joey Devine right? I’m just saying…this will likely be great…but it could also go south.

BravesfaninMD

August 5th, 2010
4:51 pm

Glad to see KK going to Gwinnett…. he needs to show that he DOES belong in MLB.

yo mammajammajammamamma

August 5th, 2010
4:54 pm

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
4:54 pm

Crap. This story came out 20 August last year. We’re pulling for you Minor!

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Devine pitched a scoreless 12th inning against San Diego, but couldn’t escape a bases-loaded jam in the 13th. Xavier Nady hit a two-out grand slam on a 1-2 pitch to lead the Padres past the Braves 7-2.

Welcome to the big leagues, kid.

“I can’t let one bad pitch affect me for the rest of the season,” Devine said. “I’ll think about all the positives and learn from the negatives.”

The Braves haven’t decided what role Devine will play in their shaky bullpen. He was stifling minor league hitters, and he probably will get a tryout as the closer as soon as he gets adjusted to the big leagues.

“Devine’s been shooting lights out down there,” manager Bobby Cox said. “The past week or so I kept hearing reports. We were trying to wait until September 1 (when rosters expand) and then bring him up.”

The first-place Braves, trying to maintain their lead in the competitive NL East, couldn’t afford to wait.

Mr. Webster

August 5th, 2010
4:54 pm

You could say Joey Devine….or Jeremy Hellickson. The Rays brought him up to make a start and sent him down after, just to give the rotation an extra day off. He pitched 7 and gave up 2 Ernies

iopbrave

August 5th, 2010
4:54 pm

1eyedJack

August 5th, 2010
4:56 pm

If I remember correctly Kenshin was only pitching 4 or 5 innings when he was exiled to the back of the bullpen.

Milt Famey

August 5th, 2010
4:57 pm

DOB Is this a small partial tear or what? What’s the prognosis for healing vs further damage? Looking forward to Minor making his debut. As far as KK, I believe the Braves should have met with him a while ago and told him the only way he gets back in any rotation is go to AAA, regroup and prove he can do the job.

DCBrave

August 5th, 2010
5:00 pm

It has been indicated that KK couldn’t go down because of something in his contract…but I wonder if there was additional wording in his contract that he could be sent down on rehab assignments. If so, his admission of not having the stamina to go the other day seems to loom large. KK pitched poorly for sure…but I think part of the reason he lost his confidence is the lack of run support he received over the course of some of those losses.

Turtsnap

August 5th, 2010
5:03 pm

Partial tear mean no Tommy John surgery?

Novice Ned

August 5th, 2010
5:03 pm

What happened to Chris Resop? Didn’t he have some clause that forced the team to bring him up to the bigs and wasn’t he pitching well in Gwinnett? I know he got rocked in that single relief appearance, so is he suddenly considered chop liver because of that one poor outing?

BoroBall3

August 5th, 2010
5:04 pm

KK is a team player here… he put the clubs needs above his own and will be back for the stretch run

adam

August 5th, 2010
5:05 pm

now if we can figure out what to do wit troy glause. i do not know what the answer is, i do not think freeman is the answer right now, but if glause continues to suck something has got to give. i personally think when prado comes off the dl he should move to first base, omar at second and platoon diaz and hinske in left. just a thought.

Kelly

August 5th, 2010
5:06 pm

Ned, Resop was claimed off waivers by Pirates. He’s a Pirate now.

Milt Famey

August 5th, 2010
5:06 pm

I read that the Braves had “promised” not to send him down (not sure it was in the contract. Either way, I think a rational discussion with him would have lead him to agree to a temporary demotion to get him back on track. This was done with Nate McClouth who went with the idea of resurrecting his career.

PMC

August 5th, 2010
5:08 pm

Why don’t they just buyout KK and let him save some face? He’s proven that he’s not worthy of the contract they gave him. He’s not worth trading anyone over and compounding an obvious mistake. Just buy out his remaining money and let him go elsewhere. He’s not without some talent… but this has been a bad move for all involved parties.

BoroBall3

August 5th, 2010
5:09 pm

Does this mean though the Braves cant bring up a player in his spot for the big league roster? B/c it looks like Martinez is up b/c Medlen is on DL, so Minor would take KK’s spot?

Labalt

August 5th, 2010
5:09 pm

kawakami has 7 quality starts out of 15
lowe has 10 out of 23
medlen 7 out of 14…
thought that was sorta interesting..

ppaddy123

August 5th, 2010
5:11 pm

I watched the Joey Divine game………he was lights out the 1st inning he pitched. Pure adrenaline. Pitching in his 1st game, parents in the stands. Cox should have NEVER sent him out for that 2nd inning. If Cox needed to see what the kid had, he saw it in the 1st inning he threw.

Milt Famey

August 5th, 2010
5:11 pm

adam, I agree 100% with you on Prado at 1B and Infante at 2B. That’s 2 guys hitting well over .300. I also think Freeman may need a little more time at AAA.

ArkyTech

August 5th, 2010
5:12 pm

KK’s ERA since coming to the Braves is 4.19. Hardly something to apologize for, and certainly not a reason to bash the guy.

ABravesFan

August 5th, 2010
5:13 pm

Braves erred in not giving KK regular work so he can stay sharp. At this point, giving him the chance to stretch out in AAA is the best thing for all party involved. However, if Medlen can’t be back this year and Minor turns out to be quite solid in the Bigs, what will happen to KK then?

Nevertheless, that would be a nice problem to have.

markie mark

August 5th, 2010
5:14 pm

The questions about KK not being sent down were answered in a blog of DOB’s earlier today…its an off-contract “agreement”….that agreement, obviously, is outweighed by the greater good….namely, WINS

TheAntiMe

August 5th, 2010
5:15 pm

Let KK stay in Gwinnett until he figures out how to stop throwing the ball down the middle of the plate and giving up so many gopher balls. Even if the ball is down in the zone, MLB hitters will usually clout it if the pitch is in the middle of the plate. I truly hope KK figures that out.

Eugene

August 5th, 2010
5:17 pm

Gonna see the Braves in Houston next Tuesday. That better not be the one game the Disastros win.

ppaddy123

August 5th, 2010
5:17 pm

However, if Medlen can’t be back this year and Minor turns out to be quite solid in the Bigs, what will happen to KK then?

He has decent numbers as a starter (WHIP & ERA) He could actually improve his trade value by going to AAA.

BravesFan

August 5th, 2010
5:17 pm

ABravesFan at 5:13, KK would be cut, and that might not be a bad thing.

Jason in Houston

August 5th, 2010
5:19 pm

anything can happen in baseball but at least he will pretty much face a minor league batting order against the lastros, although they have been playing with high energy…

kerryb

August 5th, 2010
5:19 pm

somebody commented that this is’nt fair to that poor kid Minor. He should stay in the minors a little longer. Why? he’s older than Heyward and he is 4-1 with 1.99 ERA in 5 starts at Gwinnett. What else does he have to prove?

adam

August 5th, 2010
5:22 pm

milt
that’s just my opinion, it seems safe, yet productive.

Dr Backwards

August 5th, 2010
5:24 pm

If it’s only a partial tear … you only need Johnny Tom surgery.

Mitchell

August 5th, 2010
5:25 pm

Milt Famey

August 5th, 2010
4:57 pm

DOB Is this a small partial tear or what? What’s the prognosis for healing vs further damage?

Good question Milt. I too would like to know the fate of Kris Medlen.

As promising as Minor is, I’d honestly rather see Chipper go down the rest of the season than Medlen.

I think you could really make a case for Kris Medlen as one of the MVPs of the team this year. He’s been so freakin’ money, it’s not even, uh, funny.

I guess now I should apologize to Chipper for what I said. Sorry Chip. I mean, how dare I? The guy’s hit two home runs in as many days. Those solo jacks have really been real game changers.

How many times has the guy been up with the bases loaded in the past month? He never does anything. If he could just crank one one of these days it would be awesome. I mean, even though Jason is still standing like a mile from the plate and whenever he does hit the ball it’s usually just some bouncer, he’s the one guy on the team who knows how to rise to the moment.

Chipper had the whole stadium behind him last night and a 3-1 count if I’m not mistaken. It’s not like it really would have mattered one way or another but a single would have been nice.

I mean, if the Giants infield wants to help us out like the Mets that would be okay but we need the big hits this series.

I’ll shut up now.

Brian O'Blivion

August 5th, 2010
5:26 pm

Even the Frank Wren bashers can’t fault the logic of this move. KK stays with the organization, and the young gun is given a chance against the Astros. It’s hard not to like this scenario…

Chippers daddy

August 5th, 2010
5:26 pm

Shame that this happened. but does kawakami have a beef?

http://thebravechop.blogspot.com/

Joey Devine

August 5th, 2010
5:26 pm

Don’t remind me.

brick tamland

August 5th, 2010
5:30 pm

kawakami has 7 quality starts out of 15
lowe has 10 out of 23
medlen 7 out of 14…
thought that was sorta interesting..

how much games have the team won on the day each of those pitchers pitched would also be an interesting note

hooters girl

August 5th, 2010
5:32 pm

Good Move! and ppaddy123 yes lets hope his work at AAA increases his trade value & Medlen returns with some rest

whensidslid92

August 5th, 2010
5:35 pm

interesting quote by wren “we’re never ones to worry about service clocks…”

precursor of things to come with Freeman?

Big Guy

August 5th, 2010
5:35 pm

Go baby, go.

Braves Fan Since "80

August 5th, 2010
5:36 pm

KK needs to try something new

Chip4Prez

August 5th, 2010
5:39 pm

This could be a blessing in disguise really… Think about it. If Minor performs well in the bigs, then come the end of the season, the Braves could have a studly 6-Man rotation– Hudson, Hanson, JJ, Lowe, Medlen, Minor… wow.

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Bartman...

August 5th, 2010
5:40 pm

Don’t forget that in 3 weeks, Minor and KK can be on the roster as well as Freeman…but I doubt he will. The September call ups may really help.
Does anyone think that the shot that Medlan took to the elbow area the other night, might have something to do with this injury? The replay shows it hitting right on that spot. Maybe it caused it to fray and then thowing just made it worse? whatever..it is what it is now..

George

August 5th, 2010
5:41 pm

Sending KK to the minors, hoping he gets his arm hurt, so their insurance policy will pick up the $$ on his contract..Medlin, is just another McDowell casualty. Every pitcher on our roster has had arm trouble since he came along..Roger PLEASE leave them alone.

Skeezix

August 5th, 2010
5:42 pm

No, FW wouldn’t be pulling a fake out on K.K., would he? Here’s my take on it….

‘K.K.’s assignment to Gwinnett’: Sounds like when at work you are in this great job, but you know things aren’t quite right and then your Boss comes in and tells you are being reassigned to a “special” project for an indefinite period—during which someone else will be “sitting in” for you.

Might as well call your agent K.K.–it’s over.

G

August 5th, 2010
5:47 pm

Since when did being sent from the major leagues to the minor leagues not become a demotion? Hey we know you are the VP of our company but we are going to make you the janitor so you can get ready in case we need you again… come on!!

ppaddy123

August 5th, 2010
5:48 pm

George

August 5th, 2010
5:41 pm

Sending KK to the minors, hoping he gets his arm hurt, so their insurance policy will pick up the $$ on his contract..Medlin, is just another McDowell casualty. Every pitcher on our roster has had arm trouble since he came along..Roger PLEASE leave them alone.

WOW! Anything else you want to blame Roger for? Health care crises? Gulf Coast oil spill? Pitchers abuse their arms every time they toe the mound.

Wes

August 5th, 2010
5:49 pm

"Chef" Tim Dix

August 5th, 2010
5:49 pm

Wren’s “clock” statement must be for pitchers only, unless your J-Hey or Schef.

Wes

August 5th, 2010
5:50 pm

KK is just getting some starts to audition for other teams. If there is a holy chance in hell that someone is actually interested in claiming him, we’re gonna give that team as much scouting as they’d like.

ChattaVol

August 5th, 2010
5:54 pm

old man

August 5th, 2010
5:54 pm

This is the second time in a week I have heard the idea of Prado at first and Infante at second. With the pop Prado is starting to show in his bat, in addition to his average, this makes some sense. Especially when a lefty is pitching and you want to be hitting from the right side as much as possible. You are still going to have Ankiel, McCann and Jason hitting lefty as it is. Hinske, and Freeman hit from the left side. Glaus gives you a RH option at first, but that seems to be a moot point now. So the idea of Prado at first has some merit.

houstonbraves

August 5th, 2010
5:56 pm

will be at all 3 games next week. was hoping for a sweep. hopefully minor does well. atleast i get to see his debut!

ChattaVol

August 5th, 2010
5:56 pm

Who is Cristhian Martinez? Is he anything more than a warm body?

old man

August 5th, 2010
5:58 pm

Good point, Wes. Maybe they are showcasing KK.

I see merit on both sides of the KK issue. But I sure know that if we can move him, and minimize what we have to eat financially, that’s a lotta moolah to spend in other places.

KK Sepuku Party

August 5th, 2010
5:58 pm

“Due to the partial tear of Medlen’s ligament, the Braves will not immediately schedule season-ending Tommy John surgery for the right-hander. Rather the team will see if rest and rehabilitation to avoid an operation that will take 12 months to recover.”

Ever see anyone who was actually able to rest and rehab a partial tear there and pitch effectively without surgery? Thought not. Gonna be TJ you can bank on it.

bravos fan

August 5th, 2010
6:00 pm

it doesn’t make sense to bring up freddie. i think he has a great future ahead of him but i think putting hinske at first, rest troy, bring up freddie when rosters expand and see what he has then. I think troy will find it again and help carry us the last month.

LET’S GO BRAVES!!! BRING HOME THE EAST GUYS! DON’T LET UP

DaveinNEPA

August 5th, 2010
6:01 pm

Wren said Kawakami wasn’t sent down because of performance. Yeah, right!

I guess Wren can dish a line of bullpucky with the best of them.

But, then again, you can’t be said to be performing badly when you don’t get to perform at all.

DaveinNEPA

August 5th, 2010
6:06 pm

@ ChattaVol

I saw Martinez start against SWB on 7/22 and he pitched very effectively going relatively deep into the game.

I don’t think he was brought up for anything more than mop up relief though.

houstonbraves

August 5th, 2010
6:10 pm

medlen needs to go ahead and have surgery and could possibly be with the braves next aug/sept. if he waits too long, its gonna be spring of ‘12 before he can pitch again. almost the exact thing happened to former braves zach miner and he ended up have TJ. here is an interesting article i found about partial tears, if anyone is interested. – http://www.emedwebs.com/ulnar.htm

Long Time Braves Fan

August 5th, 2010
6:30 pm

Mitchell get out of this blog if all you can say is bad stuff about Chipper. Two HRs in three nights and you blame him because no one was on base when he hit them. wow you are nuts

59bulldawg

August 5th, 2010
6:37 pm

I’m curious to see Minor pitch but I haven’t completely soured on Kawakami. He’s definitely a team player but he’s also a better than average pitcher who wouldn’t have been 0 and 9 at one point if he had received a little more run support from our Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde offense. You can’t just look at the guy’s record. And if anybody has heartburn because the Braves overpaid to get him here . . . well that’s not his fault. We overpaid for Lowe too and I still can’t figure the guy out. One day he looks like Greg Maddox and on others he probably couldn’t get an old fat man like me out. As for Medlen I think waiting is a good idea. Surgery will take at minimum 12 months before he can come back and probably two years before he regains his old form. Surgery will mean that the earliest he will play again will be the 2012 season. I would say shut him down until December or January and then make a decision. If he heals he could then play again next year. But I wouldn’t expect him back again this season. But then again miracles do happen!

BradInHuntsvegas

August 5th, 2010
6:40 pm

This year Kawakami is 1-9 with 4.75 ERA and a 1.38 WHIP. Derek Lowe on the other hand sports a 4.44 ERA and a 1.4 WHIP, but he’s 10-9. (That’s why WL record is not much help evaluating pitchers.) Lowe’s other numbers are mostly all very similar to KK except just a little bit worse. Lowe makes twice as much money as KK. So who desperately needs to go down to AAA based on performace?

braves70

August 5th, 2010
6:52 pm

Heard an interview on our Local Nashville Sports talk show with Dan Evans who is KKs agent. Evans said he and Frank Wren met a couple of times and agreed that it would be best for KK to make 4-5 starts at AAA.

northbeach Scott

August 5th, 2010
6:55 pm

Mitchell = blog village idiot

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August 5th, 2010
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Alberto

August 5th, 2010
7:43 pm

This just makes me wonder why Kawakami wasn’t sent down sooner, so he would actually haven been ready when one of our starters went down.

Blueberry

August 5th, 2010
7:46 pm

DOB, on a related note, is there a chance Hinske takes over at first base, or is there a better chance they call up Freeman?

RHR

August 5th, 2010
7:48 pm

Wow. a rookie call up over KK the 8 million dollar man.

Chris Vivlamore

August 5th, 2010
8:20 pm

Minor worked 1-2/3 innings in start for G-Braves. He threw 44 pitches, allowing no runs, one hit. He walked two and struck out two. Of 44 pitches, 26 were strikes.

dawginDC

August 5th, 2010
8:31 pm

you missed a few words there David

Stuart

August 5th, 2010
8:53 pm

Wow, a lot of pitches for 1 2/3 innings….

ugatiger

August 5th, 2010
8:55 pm

Man, kinda strange that almost every pitcher ole Roger has any dealings with ends up with this tommy johns surgery, bring back Leo!

ijudgenot

August 5th, 2010
8:58 pm

KK going to the minors. Does this mean his personal interpreter goes to the minors with him or does he stay here with Saito?

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