Righty concerned season may be coming to abrupt end

MLB.com—July 23, 2009

Chien-Ming Wang is concerned that his 2009 season may be over, having sought a second opinion as he continues to feel discomfort in his right shoulder.

Wang visited on Wednesday with Dr. David Altchek at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York after suffering a setback earlier in the week while playing catch, and Yankees general manager Brian Cashman met with team physician Dr. Chris Ahmad on Thursday to discuss Wang's situation.

"I don't know," Wang said. "The shoulder, the day I played catch, it still feels the same."

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