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    Stanton & Andujar to the 10 days IL

    This is a freaking disaster, Stanton looks like it's not serious, no word on what is the problem with Andujar

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    At this point it's just comical. I guess Wade or Urshela takes his spot?

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    This really is crazy. Probably just a temporary blip.
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    the only good thing about all this is the timing, it could be worse if it happens towards the end of the season

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    Wouldn't be fantasy baseball season if one of the guys I drafted wasn't instantly hurt. (Stanton).

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    Starting baseball in March in the northeast is always an injury or 3 waiting to happen....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slasher9 View Post
    Starting baseball in March in the northeast is always an injury or 3 waiting to happen....
    No shit, right? Lets take these musclebound behemoths and have them swing in anger in 45 degree weather. Shit!

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    Why did they start the season earlier than normal anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonbay44 View Post
    Why did they start the season earlier than normal anyway?
    They have done it for the last several years. It is to give teams more off days during the season.

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    Andujar has a labrum year. Season ending surgery is a possibility, although rest and rehab is the initial course. Fuck

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    Thank god we have Lemahieu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonbay44 View Post
    Wouldn't be fantasy baseball season if one of the guys I drafted wasn't instantly hurt. (Stanton).

    Andujar here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonianmarch View Post
    Andujar has a labrum year. Season ending surgery is a possibility, although rest and rehab is the initial course. Fuck
    thats a bummer for this kid. coming off a great offensive rookie season was interested to see how the sophomore season would go.
    IMO should just go straight to surgery. throw away this season and come back 100% 2020.
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    It depends. For a pitcher, yeah, fix it. For a hitter, maybe not as much. They said he had good strength in the arm, which is good. Bad labral tears really sap the strength, so thats encouraging. Also, pitchers take forever to return from these repairs, position players not so much. Hed lose the year, but if he waits into May and has the surgery, hed be fine by opening day provides good recovery. So theres really limited downside to a watchful waiting approach. The one things Id want to avoid is a rest and rehab then a restart and a surgery later in the season. If he isnt close to 100% after rest and rehab, then Id send him to the OR. He can survive with a little less velocity on his throws. He has a cannon as is

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    I had a labrum tear in my throwing shoulder (from snowboarding). I wanted to avoid surgery so I went to a sports physical therapist.. after 12 weeks of rehab I thought I was good, but after testing it out I still felt lots of pain. Ultimately ended up getting surgery. I know every injury is different but I can't see how he can come back any time soon or be effective this season. AND I do not trust our medical staff, so I will always assume the worst for Yankee injuries.

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