UPDATE: Also from Philly.com, Brad Lidge says it's tendinitis.
"It's not really a major deal. It's biceps tendinitis. We'll let it calm down for a couple days, play catch for a couple days and get back in there soon."
Wow, that's a new soreness-to-tendinitis record, even for the the Phillies.
Brad Lidge was scheduled to make the bus trip to Kissimmee, Florida, for today's game against the Astros, but a sore biceps tendon caused him to stay behind, according to Philly.com.
The last time we heard "soreness," Chase Utley's knee turned into a grinding mess of cartilage and bone which couldn't be helped with a cortisone shot. Not good. Perhaps this explains Lidge's 9.00 ERA this spring. I'm going "glass half empty" on all injury new from here on out.