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Thread: Sale has pneumonia

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    Sale has pneumonia

    May miss opening day, per report
    The rebuild is complete.

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    Well I hope he recovers from that. My dad has a bad case of it when I was I very young and was hospitalized for a while

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    He doesn't need to lose any more weight.
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    This one he'll of a way to begin Spring Training. And they still have no idea on whether there will be sanctions.

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    Right now the Sox can’t catch a break. Hopefully, Sale doesn’t miss much time, and more importantly is that his arm is healthy.

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    Iím just glad heís going to be ok. Pneumonia can kill you, so it sounds like heís getting better, just is too weak to start his throwing program. While Iím a Yankee fan, I clearly donít wish physical harm or death on a player due to their jersey color. By the time he starts his throwing program, he may not be built up in time for opening day. Overall, it sounds like he will be fine.

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    A flu that transitions into pneumonia takes a heck of a bite out of one's energy and endurance for up to a month once the active disease subsides. So I think Sale will require most if not all of April to get to the stage where he can throw 80-90 pitches (5 innings). Boston's weather in April may not make him feel any better either. Well at least he won't get worn out too early this year , but it is not an auspicious start . Hopefully the ending is worth the wait.

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    My god. If he gets any skinnier he will die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerD View Post
    My god. If he gets any skinnier he will die.
    At 6'5" 180 lbs, when he turns sideways, it is hard to see him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter View Post
    At 6'5" 180 lbs, when he turns sideways, it is hard to see him.
    Let’s go with the classics.

    When he takes a shower, he has to jump around to get wet...

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    In college in Florida, he was 6'6" and weighed 165. So, he's fattened up, although I've heard that the 180 is a stretch.

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    stay tuned for jacksonianmarch to start a "Erod stubbed his toe" thread......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slasher9 View Post
    stay tuned for jacksonianmarch to start a "Erod stubbed his toe" thread......
    My only complaint about him is that he always tries to be "first" to post about whatever the newest Red Sox IL victim is. It would have been easy enough to just post it in realistic view or spring training threads (especially since I had already posted about it prior to his post).
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    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter View Post
    At 6'5" 180 lbs, when he turns sideways, it is hard to see him.
    Lmao, it really is.

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    Just my opinion, but I have a bad feeling about Sale pitching out this contract. A DL free season might make me feel better, and if he could keep the ball in the park this year I might feel different going forward,2020 will tell the story good or bad.Hope I am wrong

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