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Posted: 2/21/2012 9:14 PM

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George Kontos tweaked his oblique during his bullpen session, but hopes he’ll only miss a few days. Joe Girardi suggested that it could be a few weeks, which is no surprise since obliques are tricky. If he does miss more than a few days, he’ll fall behind the rest of the pack in the competition for that last open bullpen spot. [Jennings]


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Posted: 2/21/2012 9:14 PM

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Posted: 2/21/2012 9:31 PM

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Eric Chavez breaks tears rotator cuff walking his dog. Francisco Cervilli bumps his head out for the year. ARod opts for surgery to replace entire left side of his body with metal alloy, 2 year recovery required. Joba has brand new outroverted W surgery to force his arms to never form an inverted W allowing him to keep his health.

At least that's what I found out from Doc Brown.

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Posted: 2/21/2012 9:35 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote: Eric Chavez breaks tears rotator cuff walking his dog. Francisco Cervilli bumps his head out for the year. ARod opts for surgery to replace entire left side of his body with metal alloy, 2 year recovery required. Joba has brand new outroverted W surgery to force his arms to never form an inverted W allowing him to keep his health.

At least that's what I found out from Doc Brown.
CC tears his left rotator cuff, rips if off with his bare right hand and then rips of his right arm (rotator cuff and all) with his teeth and has a team mate snap it onto his left rotator...and keeps on pitching...never missing a start...
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Posted: 2/21/2012 10:36 PM

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inger wrote:
michcusejoe5 wrote: Eric Chavez breaks tears rotator cuff walking his dog. Francisco Cervilli bumps his head out for the year. ARod opts for surgery to replace entire left side of his body with metal alloy, 2 year recovery required. Joba has brand new outroverted W surgery to force his arms to never form an inverted W allowing him to keep his health.

At least that's what I found out from Doc Brown.
CC tears his left rotator cuff, rips if off with his bare right hand and then rips of his right arm (rotator cuff and all) with his teeth and has a team mate snap it onto his left rotator...and keeps on pitching...never missing a start...
Now your just getting absurd tongue

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Posted: 2/21/2012 10:43 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote:
inger wrote:
michcusejoe5 wrote: Eric Chavez breaks tears rotator cuff walking his dog. Francisco Cervilli bumps his head out for the year. ARod opts for surgery to replace entire left side of his body with metal alloy, 2 year recovery required. Joba has brand new outroverted W surgery to force his arms to never form an inverted W allowing him to keep his health.

At least that's what I found out from Doc Brown.
CC tears his left rotator cuff, rips if off with his bare right hand and then rips of his right arm (rotator cuff and all) with his teeth and has a team mate snap it onto his left rotator...and keeps on pitching...never missing a start...
Now your just getting absurd tongue
Didn't you know? "Absurd" is Señor Inger's middle name!

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Posted: 2/21/2012 10:43 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote: Eric Chavez breaks tears rotator cuff walking his dog. Francisco Cervilli bumps his head out for the year. ARod opts for surgery to replace entire left side of his body with metal alloy, 2 year recovery required. Joba has brand new outroverted W surgery to force his arms to never form an inverted W allowing him to keep his health.

At least that's what I found out from Doc Brown.

lol, the first one is actually believable.
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Posted: 2/21/2012 10:49 PM

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As long as Greg Oden from the Portland Trail Blazers keeps getting surgeries the Surgery Gods will be appeased.
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Posted: 2/22/2012 12:39 AM

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AcuraMan wrote: George Kontos tweaked his oblique during his bullpen session, but hopes he’ll only miss a few days. Joe Girardi suggested that it could be a few weeks, which is no surprise since obliques are tricky. If he does miss more than a few days, he’ll fall behind the rest of the pack in the competition for that last open bullpen spot. [Jennings]
Feel very bad for Kontos.  He came to spring training several weeks ahead of other pitchers, in terms of already pitching, knowing that he had a good shot at making the team as the 7th reliever in the bullpen. Missing more than a week will definitely hurt his chances.  While it would be great if some LHP, like Cabral, made the team and did a bang up job, I'll be rooting for Kontos and Tim Norton (they came up together), who I have followed and liked since they were drafted by the Yankees and pitched for Staten Island, both as starting pitchers.

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Posted: 2/22/2012 3:31 PM

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Pedro Feliciano - R - Yankees

Yankees placed LHP Pedro Feliciano on the 60-day disabled list.

He was cleared to make room for the newly-signed David Aardsma. Feliciano underwent rotator cuff surgery last September and is expected to miss most of the 2012 season.

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Posted: 2/23/2012 10:34 AM

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George Kontos - R - Yankees

George Kontos thinks he'll only have to miss a couple of days after tweaking his oblique muscle during a throwing session Tuesday.

Yankees manager Joe Girardi indicated that Kontos would have to miss a couple weeks, but the 26-year-old right-hander thinks he'll be back sooner. He's doubtful to make the Yankees' bullpen no matter what.

Source: Andrew Marchand on Twitter Feb 23 - 10:06 AM

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Posted: 2/23/2012 2:58 PM

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Romine sore on Day Four



After a fourth day of workouts, Austin Romine has been added to the list of slightly sore Yankees. Romine’s back started hurting him today, but it doesn’t sound serious.


“He caught today,” Joe Girardi said. “But we just held him out (of other drills) and we’ll probably hold him out a little bit tomorrow. Besides that, we’re OK.”


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Posted: 2/23/2012 3:00 PM

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AcuraMan wrote: George Kontos tweaked his oblique during his bullpen session, but hopes he’ll only miss a few days. Joe Girardi suggested that it could be a few weeks, which is no surprise since obliques are tricky. If he does miss more than a few days, he’ll fall behind the rest of the pack in the competition for that last open bullpen spot. [Jennings]

George Kontos said his sore oblique is growing less sore by the day. It no longer hurts when he coughs and he has full range of motion. He said the Yankees medical staff has told him he’s recovering nicely, and he’s hoping it’s only another day or two before he’s able to start throwing again.


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Posted: 2/24/2012 3:47 PM

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Grady Sizemore - OF - Indians

Grady Sizemore is unlikely to be ready for Opening Day after straining his back while fielding grounders in the outfield two weeks ago.

Here we go again. Sizemore was cleared last month to resume baseball activities following offseason knee surgery, and he evidently hurt his back while rehabbing his knee. It's a big blow to the Indians and yet another physical malady to add to Sizemore's laundry list of ailments. While Sizemore is out, the Tribe will likely shift Michael Brantley over to center field while giving Fred Lewis, Felix Pie, Aaron Cunningham, Ryan Spilborghs and others a shot in left field.

Source: Nick Camino on Twitter Feb 24 - 3:42 PM

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Posted: 2/26/2012 4:46 PM

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MRI shows inflammation for Romine

Austin Romine is going to miss a few more days after an MRI revealed inflammation in his back.

 

“When it first happened, he told me that it wasn’t too bad,” Joe Girardi said. “I think it hurt a little bit more than he let on.”

 

Girardi said there are no long-term concerns with Romine, but because it’s spring training, the Yankees will take their time with the injury. Francisco Cervelli was a heavy favorite to make the roster anyway, but Romine was hoping to make a run at the big league backup job.

 

“He’ll be down a little bit, but he’ll get back,” Girardi said. “We’re going to make sure it’s knocked out before we send him back out there. The one thing we don’t want to do is give him some time out, then you send him back out and he’s not completely healthy. That doesn’t make a lot of sense.”


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Posted: 2/26/2012 4:48 PM

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Zumaya Has Torn UCL, Out For Season

By Steve Adams [February 26, 2012 at 2:00pm CST]

An MRI today reavealed a torn ulnar collateral ligament for Joel Zumaya, tweets Phil Mackey of 1500ESPN. Twins GM Terry Ryan confirmed to reporters, including Chris Girandola of MLB.com, that Zumaya will miss the 2012 season. According to Ryan, Zumaya will decide in the next couple of days whether or not he'll undergo Tommy John surgery.


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Posted: 2/26/2012 4:51 PM

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AcuraMan wrote:

Zumaya Has Torn UCL, Out For Season

By Steve Adams [February 26, 2012 at 2:00pm CST]

An MRI today reavealed a torn ulnar collateral ligament for Joel Zumaya, tweets Phil Mackey of 1500ESPN. Twins GM Terry Ryan confirmed to reporters, including Chris Girandola of MLB.com, that Zumaya will miss the 2012 season. According to Ryan, Zumaya will decide in the next couple of days whether or not he'll undergo Tommy John surgery.

This guy can't catch a break.

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Posted: 2/26/2012 7:13 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote:
AcuraMan wrote:

Zumaya Has Torn UCL, Out For Season

By Steve Adams [February 26, 2012 at 2:00pm CST]

An MRI today reavealed a torn ulnar collateral ligament for Joel Zumaya, tweets Phil Mackey of 1500ESPN. Twins GM Terry Ryan confirmed to reporters, including Chris Girandola of MLB.com, that Zumaya will miss the 2012 season. According to Ryan, Zumaya will decide in the next couple of days whether or not he'll undergo Tommy John surgery.

This guy can't catch a break.
Leyland rode him hard and he seems to be paying the price for it.
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Posted: 2/26/2012 9:42 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote:
AcuraMan wrote:

Zumaya Has Torn UCL, Out For Season

By Steve Adams [February 26, 2012 at 2:00pm CST]

An MRI today reavealed a torn ulnar collateral ligament for Joel Zumaya, tweets Phil Mackey of 1500ESPN. Twins GM Terry Ryan confirmed to reporters, including Chris Girandola of MLB.com, that Zumaya will miss the 2012 season. According to Ryan, Zumaya will decide in the next couple of days whether or not he'll undergo Tommy John surgery.

This guy can't catch a break.
Other than his wrist injury from playing Guitar Hero it seems that Zumaya has mostly had two injuries, one to his shoulder and one to his elbow and that he keeps re-injuring his old injuries, something that shouldn't be too surprising when a pitcher has a violent delivery and throws the ball over 100 mph.  It is amazing that healthy shoulders and elbows can remain healthy when undergoing the forces necessary to throw a ball over 100 mph.  But shoulders and elbows that are not completely healthy?  C'mon they would seem to have very little chance of not getting injured again.

As an aside, in looking up Zumaya on B-R, I see that the Tigers drafted Richard, his younger brother, in 2007.  Richard was just 17 when drafted and has struggled in his five seasons as a pitcher in the minors, posting just a 5.53 ERA and not getting past low-A ball yet.  But he turned 22 on November 10, so I suppose he still has a chance.  Then again, I see hi pitched just 8 innings in 2011, with a 6.75 ERA and 2.00 WHIP including 9 walks in those 8 innings, so it seems that either, he, too, was injured, or that he was released.

Wow, what an interesting draft the Tigers had in 2007, from round 25 to 43.

http://blog.mlive.com/tigersinsider/

By: Danny Knobler

DETROIT -- The Tigers drafted another Kaline today. And another Lamont. And another Zumaya.

And another Robertson.

They took Colin Kaline, Al Kaline's grandson, in the 25th round. Four rounds later, they drafted Wade Lamont, the son of third base coach Gene Lamont. Then they took Joel Zumaya's brother Richard in the 42nd round, and Nate Robertson's brother Matt in the 43rd.

Colin Kaline, a second baseman at Birmingham Groves High School, probably won't sign with the Tigers this year. Al Kaline said that Colin is headed to Florida Southern College.

Wade Lamont is a first baseman from Flagler College in Florida, and he probably will sign. Richard Zumaya and Matt Robertson are both high school seniors.

Note:  The Tigers drafted Colin Kaline in round 26 in 2011. He hit just .222 with a .593 OPS in 139 PA in short-season ball (NYPL).  The only plus about his offesnce game was the 19 walks he had, which allowed him to have a .328 OBP despite the .222 BA.  Grandfather, Al, had 200 hits and led the AL with a .340 BA when he was 20, both stats leading the AL in 1955.  Colin is 22.   When Al was 22, he had four full seasons in the majors under his belt and was already one of the very best players in the AL, so Colin is a wee bit behind his grandfather.  Al Kaline could do it all, both offensively and defensively.  When great players from that era are mentioned, I think more often that not, he gets slighted.  Both Kaline and Clemente were overshadowed by true superstars during their playing days, Kaline by Mickey Mantle, Clemente, by Willie Mays (and Hank AAron, who was also in Mays ' shadow for most of his career). For whatever reason, Roberto Clemente's stature has grown since he was tragically killed while Kaline's star seems to have faded quite a bit.  If Kaline had hit one more HR, he would have hit 400 HRs.  if he had retired after 20 seasons instead of 22, he'd have had a career .301 BA.  As it was, he got to 3000 hits (3007) but just missed out of the other two career marks.

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Posted: 2/27/2012 10:57 PM

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The Athletics announced that third baseman Scott Sizemore has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the 2012 season.


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Posted: 3/1/2012 1:08 AM

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Pirates' Burnett hit in face by ball

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) -- Pirates pitcher A.J. Burnett was struck in the face by a batted ball on Wednesday, and will fly from the team's spring training complex to Pittsburgh to have his right eye examined by team doctors.

Burnett was injured as he hit during a bunting drill. After the ball hit the temple near his right eye, a dazed Burnett dropped into a crouch near home plate. Players who had gathered to watch the drill gasped loudly then went quiet as Burnett sagged to his knee. As he was examined by an athletic trainer, Burnett joked, "Where did the bone go?"

Holding a towel against his face, Burnett was helped off the field. He left the complex without speaking to reporters. The Pirates have released no information regarding the exact nature of Burnett's injury.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/baseball/mlb /02/29/pirates-burnett.ap/index.html



“Have faith in the Yankees my son. Think of the great DiMaggio.”

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Posted: 3/1/2012 2:32 AM

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AcuraMan wrote: The Athletics announced that third baseman Scott Sizemore has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the 2012 season.
Definitely not a good week for current major league ballplayers with the "Sizemore" surname.

I wonder how Ted Sizemore fared this week.  He is the only other "Sizemore" who played in the majors.  If he was hurt this week . . .

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Posted: 3/1/2012 12:26 PM

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AJ Burnett with a broken orbital bone.
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Posted: 3/1/2012 12:44 PM

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rpillai wrote: AJ Burnett with a broken orbital bone.
Gotta love that National League, old style baseball.
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Posted: 3/1/2012 3:31 PM

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CHIYANKEE wrote:
rpillai wrote: AJ Burnett with a broken orbital bone.
Gotta love that National League, old style baseball.
It's how its supposed to be played.  Pitchers who have never hit going up there to hit and not suffer season (career) ending injuries.  Who doesn't like it?
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Posted: 3/1/2012 3:35 PM

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Posted: 3/1/2012 3:57 PM

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michcusejoe5 wrote:
One of my all time favorite pitchers.  Sinker, sinker, sinker, sinker, sinker!
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Posted: 3/1/2012 5:08 PM

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rpillai wrote:
michcusejoe5 wrote:
One of my all time favorite pitchers.  Sinker, sinker, sinker, sinker, sinker!
Unless your talking 2009 in which case that sentence would read..."stinker, stinker, stinker, stinker, stinker, stinker!"

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Posted: 3/2/2012 6:21 AM

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jwildfogel wrote:
AcuraMan wrote: The Athletics announced that third baseman Scott Sizemore has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the 2012 season.
Definitely not a good week for current major league ballplayers with the "Sizemore" surname.

I wonder how Ted Sizemore fared this week.  He is the only other "Sizemore" who played in the majors.  If he was hurt this week . . .
On MLB Network, I heard that Grady Sizemore had a  back operation and is expected to be out 8 to 12 weeks.  The guys on MLB Network now consider Shelley Duncan the favorite to start the season in LF.  In the proposed Cleveland line-up they showed, there were six LHBs, two switch-hitters, and one RHB, Shelley Duncan.  Grady Sizemore bats left-handed.  He would have made it seven LHBs, two switch-hitters and one RHB.  It might not be so bad for Cleveland to have Shelley Duncan's bat in the line-up.  Has there ever been an everyday line-up with as many as six LHBs or as few as one RHB?
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Posted: 3/2/2012 4:16 PM

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jwildfogel wrote:
AcuraMan wrote: The Athletics announced that third baseman Scott Sizemore has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the 2012 season.
Definitely not a good week for current major league ballplayers with the "Sizemore" surname.

I wonder how Ted Sizemore fared this week.  He is the only other "Sizemore" who played in the majors.  If he was hurt this week . . .
On MLB Network, I heard that Grady Sizemore had a  back operation and is expected to be out 8 to 12 weeks.  The guys on MLB Network now consider Shelley Duncan the favorite to start the season in LF.  In the proposed Cleveland line-up they showed, there were six LHBs, two switch-hitters, and one RHB, Shelley Duncan.  Grady Sizemore bats left-handed.  He would have made it seven LHBs, two switch-hitters and one RHB.  It might not be so bad for Cleveland to have Shelley Duncan's bat in the line-up.  Has there ever been an everyday line-up with as many as six LHBs or as few as one RHB?

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Separately (I forget where) I either read or heard that he is enough of a favorite that Matt Laporta might be optioned to AAA to spend some time learning 1B. Good for Shelly. I didn't think that much of him as a ballplayer but he certainly played with great enthusiasm.
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Posted: 3/2/2012 4:48 PM

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TANAKA!!!
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Posted: 3/2/2012 8:03 PM

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GreatFatness wrote:

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jwildfogel wrote:
AcuraMan wrote: The Athletics announced that third baseman Scott Sizemore has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the 2012 season.
Definitely not a good week for current major league ballplayers with the "Sizemore" surname.

I wonder how Ted Sizemore fared this week.  He is the only other "Sizemore" who played in the majors.  If he was hurt this week . . .
On MLB Network, I heard that Grady Sizemore had a  back operation and is expected to be out 8 to 12 weeks.  The guys on MLB Network now consider Shelley Duncan the favorite to start the season in LF.  In the proposed Cleveland line-up they showed, there were six LHBs, two switch-hitters, and one RHB, Shelley Duncan.  Grady Sizemore bats left-handed.  He would have made it seven LHBs, two switch-hitters and one RHB.  It might not be so bad for Cleveland to have Shelley Duncan's bat in the line-up.  Has there ever been an everyday line-up with as many as six LHBs or as few as one RHB?

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Separately (I forget where) I either read or heard that he is enough of a favorite that Matt Laporta might be optioned to AAA to spend some time learning 1B. Good for Shelly. I didn't think that much of him as a ballplayer but he certainly played with great enthusiasm.
Shelley had a good 2011 season, .260/.324/.484 with an .808 OPS.  He had 11 HRs and 17 doubles in 223 AB.  In addition, he hit RHP very well and cut his strike outs down to one every four ABs (56 in 223 AB), while still high, was a lot better than his 1 K/3.3 AAB (114 K in 375 AB) prior to the 2011 season.
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Posted: 3/3/2012 9:27 AM

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George Kontos is scheduled to throw today for the first time since tweaking his oblique last week while Manny Delcarmen will miss a few days with a lat problem.


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Posted: 3/3/2012 9:28 AM

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A.J. Burnett has successful surgery on his orbital bone this morning and should be back by mid-June. There was no muscle or nerve damage and he did not have double vision. That both sucks and is good news. [Tom Singer & Rob Biertempfel]


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Posted: 3/3/2012 9:17 PM

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I always am amazed that baseball players manage to hurt themselves as often as they do - its not like 250 pound guys are throwing themselves on their knees or head butting them. Well pitchers are a special case, they motions and speeds they use today was not what the human body was disigned for.

And there are exceptions to my general comment above...

Why Baseball Needs to Eliminate Collisions at the Plate

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Posted: 3/5/2012 10:04 AM

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Outfielder Cole Garner (hamstring) will not play Monday. Catcher Kyle Higashioka (shoulder) is scheduled to take swings. First baseman Russell Branyan (back) is day to day. Reliever George Kontos (oblique) has started playing catch.


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Posted: 3/5/2012 1:37 PM

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I was just thinking how much I hope this thread never gets labelled as a "hot" thread...Stay well, boys. That's the biggest key to a successful season...
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Posted: 3/5/2012 9:41 PM

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X-rays negative on Nunez

Nothing much to add that the headline doesn’t explain.

The Yankees just announced that x-rays were negative on Eduardo Nunez. Joe Girardi said Nunez wasn’t scheduled to play tomorrow anyway.


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Posted: 3/8/2012 4:27 PM

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Not good news on David Robertson, MRI showed "cause for concern." Going in for more tests. Wouldn't be surprised if this turned into a Wang-like Lisfranc dislocation. Hopefully the weight-bearing x-ray comes out clean but if they are going to give him a CT scan on the foot that itself is a reason to worry about something being wrong.

Lisfranc dislocations are hard to see on regular x-rays so this MRI must have revealed some separation.  I'm not very optimistic but I'd love to hear good news tomorrow.  D-Rob is a good guy, god bless him.

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rpillai wrote: Not good news on David Robertson, MRI showed "cause for concern." Going in for more tests. Wouldn't be surprised if this turned into a Wang-like Lisfranc dislocation. Hopefully the weight-bearing x-ray comes out clean but if they are going to give him a CT scan on the foot that itself is a reason to worry about something being wrong.

Lisfranc dislocations are hard to see on regular x-rays so this MRI must have revealed some separation.  I'm not very optimistic but I'd love to hear good news tomorrow.  D-Rob is a good guy, god bless him.
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