CC On Thursday..

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    Tommy John, BDC.....
     
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    The Sox could use a Tommy John, innings eater, in the rotation.
     
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    If Crawford needs surgery then its better to get it done now than later. 

    We need a fully healthy Crawford for 2013. 
     
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    But he'll have a shiny new elbow.  Isn't TJ surgery an elbow transplant from a pitcher?  Shouldn't that help Crawford with his throwing to have a pitcher's elbow?
     
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    Can everyone who doubted that Crawford would need TJ come out and kiss AM's butt?  His crying is tiresome....
     
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    I don't think it will help his defense any.
     
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    Cut-off man?  I don't need no steenkin cut-off man.
     
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    If Crawford needs surgery then its better to get it done now than later.  We need a fully healthy Crawford for 2013. 
    Posted by Ice-Cream


    He should have had the surgery already.  It may be a long recovery and it is very unlikely that he won't be back at the beginning of the season. 
     
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    " Wow who could have ever thought that he'd need TJ?"

    Pike was recently using an example of CC's improved performance for why we should be optimistic about the Red Sox this season. :) 

    I'm glad at least the decision has been made, I would have done it a few weeks ago at least but at least it's happening now.
     
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    We all knew that he needed TJ surgery. The forum trolls also take the opposite side of what the FO decides. They say let him play through injury, he is faking it, or today's ballplayers are too soft. Perhaps the FO wanted CC to gain some confidence and sharpen his reflexes, shake out the rust. The team still had an outside chance for the wildcard until today. Many factors here. Try to realize that we don; 't have a fraction of the info that the FO has. You are merely an armchair fan with only a guess opinion.
    Posted by Calzone65


     You With Outah Doubt Are A Thread Crasher............
     
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    The problem with the CC contract is that as the years tick by with no sign of him on the team, the discontent with him as an issue just grows.  I have no solution but welcome anything that makes this issue go away.
     
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    hey guys, for the most part we associate this with pitchers,  does anyone know other than CCraw how many position players have had TJS in say the past 5 to 10 years??.... 
     
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    hey guys, for the most part we associate this with pitchers,  does anyone know other than CCraw how many position players have had TJS in say the past 5 to 10 years??.... 
    Posted by jete02fan


    Only one I could think of is Rick Ankiel and he had it as a pitcher and became an OF after....googled it and it seems Kyle Blanks of the Padres had it in July of 2010 and didnt play in the Majors again until about a year later.....though he did play in ST games at the end of March of 2011....being a 1B , of course might make it a little easier.
     
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    hey guys, for the most part we associate this with pitchers,  does anyone know other than CCraw how many position players have had TJS in say the past 5 to 10 years??.... 
    Posted by jete02fan


    Dustin Ackley did at UNC and I am pretty sure Jose Guillen had it in like 2006 or 2007 maybe.
     
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    thanks Tom, Andrewmitch and Jarrett, i guess when you keep hearing pitchers go down it's easy for a position player to slip past you :-)

     
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    In Response to Re: CC On Thursday.. : Only one I could think of is Rick Ankiel and he had it as a pitcher and became an OF after....googled it and it seems Kyle Blanks of the Padres had it in July of 2010 and didnt play in the Majors again until about a year later.....though he did play in ST games at the end of March of 2011....being a 1B , of course might make it a little easier.
    Posted by tomnev


    Yeah I know one and it was ME! Luckily, I had the procedure done by a doc from Olympic training center in Colo Springs. They drill a hole in the elbow and enter the ligaments in the hole and tie them out. I was an outfielder at the time and was the most painful of all the many surgies I had. At the time, they called it pitchers elbow which is less invasive than TJ surgery. I was unable to throw for a year, but after 6 months I could DH. We will see if CC will man up and go through the painful rehab. My guess is he could hit by opening day, but throwing will be a contest as to how willing he is to rehab or not.
     
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