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Wells reveals he has diabetes
2007-03-19 11:20
by Bob Timmermann

In a probably not unexpected development, San Diego pitcher David Wells announced today that he has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

Wells is trying to avoid any worsening of his condition by changing his diet. And cutting back on his alcohol consumption.

Will we end up seeing a skinny David Wells by the end of the year?

2007-03-19 11:38:16
1.   Derek Smart
Depends on which year you're talking about. If it's something in the vicinity of 2080, I'm in.
2007-03-19 11:56:44
2.   bhsportsguy
OT: But with Oregon needing just to be UNLV to reach the Elite 8, where does your trip to Oregon stand?
2007-03-19 11:56:49
3.   Voxter
I'm shocked. I can't believe that David Wells has diabetes. How is this possible?
2007-03-19 12:08:38
4.   Bob Timmermann
If Oregon has to beat unsentimental underdog UNLV and extraordinarily unsentimental favorite Florida, I'll be glad to drop a few bucks in the Beaver State.
2007-03-19 12:16:48
5.   Jacob L
I've always thought of San Diego as a particlularly bad city for Wells to ply his trade. Its just too easy to see him making frequent trips to TJ, wearing a Corona poncho, giving his teammates Bart Simpson piggy banks as gifts . . .

Of course I can think of party personae for Wells in Boston, Wells in NY. Toronto might have been the best place for him.

2007-03-19 12:22:01
6.   Voxter
4 - If you're dropping bucks in Oregon, you should drop them on me. I am by far the most deserving person in the entire state. How will you do this, you ask? You have two options: 1. Buy a copy of the Bend Bulletin. 2. Allow me ten minutes to think up something else to sell you, like my old socks, or some marked-up storebought lemonade.
2007-03-19 13:49:36
7.   Derek Smart
You could also buy something from my mother. I don't know what, exactly, but like Voxter, just give me 10 minutes and we'll figure something out.

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