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Chris Carpenter met with reporters at Busch Stadium on Monday. After undergoing an eighth surgery last season, he says there will not be a ninth.
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Its obligations it. To a ballclub and I -- shares invested in me and I came back. I was a 100% of their leader Tom but I definitely felt like going in the offseason it. That's with -- and can continue strengthening and all those things. I was gonna get better and and feel better and that unfortunately didn't happen but. I don't know maybe iron. Don't ever want it and but. I'm gonna contributed to it. Do work out to do things and keep myself in shape and and and if I feel I can start throwing again and I'm cleared to start Torre and I I'm -- -- probably well when you're in the situation. Once it's hard enough when you're in a 34 times it becomes. The big pain mentally physically it's it's it's difficult today to come every day. And try to believe that -- part of it when you're not. -- I don't know if they'll say that I am. When you can't do anything and you can't. Compete and all those things and they are taking or if it's it's pretty difficult but I can do. Sort of basically everything and anything. Except throw baseball in high velocity right now is trying to get off to monitor on an even playing long toss was fine. There thinking about it. I really don't ever retire. To -- honestly on the receiving over. There might always be hope. They would like I'm 48 and come back to -- more.