Well, not so much:
Apparently somebody gave somebody else some bad information, and then another somebody (me) took the bad information at face value. Usually this method works out pretty well, because reporters usually don't report stuff that isn't true. But sometimes the system breaks down. This time, for example.
Anyway, it's a shame about Jansen because he's pitched brilliantly since the middle of April and the Dodgers don't exactly need more bad news. Without a long-term prognosis, we can only hope his arrhythmia is easily treatable.
Josh Lindblom's spent this season in Double-A, except when he pitched for the big club in in June, which means he's now skipping Triple-A for the second time this season. Maybe the Dodgers just don't want him pitching in Albuquerque -- the city, not the Tigers pitcher -- where he struggled last season. He's good now, though.