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Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss undergoes emergency appendectomy

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Weiss missed Wednesday night's game, but is expected to be released from the hospital Thursday.

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Rockies manager Walt Weiss underwent an appendectomy surgery - The Denver Post
Patrick Saunders reports that Rockies manager Walt Weiss underwent an emergency appendectomy last night. Weiss is expected to be released from the hospital sometime today, but there is not currently a timetable for his return. Bench coach Tom Runnells is set to manage the team in Weiss' absence.

Lyles exits after liner hits hand; X-rays negative | rockies.com
The x-ray on Jordan Lyles' pitching hand was negative, reports Earl Bloom of MLB.com. Lyles injured the hand on a line drive off the bat of Albert Pujols in the first inning of last night's 2-1 loss.

Corey Dickerson plays on with planter fasciitis in left foot - The Denver Post
Corey Dickerson, who had a pair of hits last night, is still feeling pain stemming from the plantar fasciitis in his left foot, Saunders reports.

Morneau leaves game in 8th because of dizziness | rockies.com
First baseman Justin Morneau left Wednesday night's game in the eighth inning with dizziness, reports Bloom. Morneau has, of course, dealt with concussion issues in the past so it makes sense for the Rockies to be extra careful with anything that may be related.

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