That is when Dr. ElAttrache will take a look at the MRI results. I’m not sure exactly what to read into that, or if anything should be read into it at all other than just what it says. Guess we’ll know tomorrow. But once again, as Torre said on Sunday, you have to be prepared for the worst. … Former Angels OF Don Baylor is on the field, in uniform, as a special N.L. coach, something Rockies manager Clint Hurdle got permission to do. Hurdle was the Rockies’ hitting coach before he was their manager, including for two years during Baylor’s tenure as their manager. Don, who still lives in the Palm Springs area, has been out of baseball since resigning as Seattle’s hitting coach at the end of the 2005 season. He also beat bone cancer a few years ago, and he looks great, at least when viewed from the press box as he stands on the field talking to people. I had the privelege of covering him for a few years in Colorado. Just a tremendously classy guy.