Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?

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    Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?

    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
     
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    What?  Elles is on the list of the 100 Greatest Red Sox players, .... um even though he has only had one great season.
     
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    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
    Posted by Camelwalk
    Are you serious? Did you see the play? The guy landed right on his shoulder and upper arm. Here's an idea, have a 200 lb. guy jump up in the air and land on your shoulder and upper arm and see how you fare. And in case you've forgotten Ells wasn't the only outfielder Adrian Beltre put on the DL in 2010.
     
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    He is not serious... he is a Yankee fan trying to make fun of it.... just what we need. Not really.
     
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    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
    Posted by Camelwalk


    Please, lets not start this all over again with Ells.  Guys like Ells run the bases and dive for balls which is the way the game should be played, unlike Adrian who plays a passive type of game.  High energy type players like Ells and Kalish will be much more prone to injuries, or Youk who likes to crowd the plate. 
     
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    Mikey, 
    Youre starting these threads under the disquise of being a legitimate discussion, while trying to get under sox fans skin, as was your intent with the lavarnway thread.  it's just a few hours after after one of our best players sustained what seems to be a serious injury, coupled with other injuries and a slow start, throwing it everyone's face. Doubt you would appreciate this type of thread if the situation was reversed. Nothing funny about any player sustaining a serious injury, which could impact their future, regardless of the team affiliation. 

     
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    Mikey,  Youre starting these threads under the disquise of being a legitimate discussion, while trying to get under sox fans skin, as was your intent with the lavarnway thread.  it's just a few hours after after one of our best players sustained what seems to be a serious injury, coupled with other injuries and a slow start, throwing it everyone face. Doubt you would appreciate this type of thread if the situation was reversed. Nothing funny about any players sustaining a serious injury, which could impact his future, regardless of the team affiliation. 
    Posted by J-BAY
    Agreed...Try showing a little class, mikey....Maybe you and babe could then actually start showing a little respect for yourselves...

     
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    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
    Posted by Camelwalk


    C'mon man, this just isn't called for.

    However to answer your question, absolutely not!  Both plays were big hits, I tore my labrum with someone landing on me the same way Ells was landed on today (granted it wasn't baseball, but rugby).  The real questions is how quickly does Ells heal and how long does it take him to come back?  Kalish has missed a full season related to his labrum tear last year.
     
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    In Response to Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : Are you serious? Did you see the play? The guy landed right on his shoulder and upper arm. Here's an idea, have a 200 lb. guy jump up in the air and land on your shoulder and upper arm and see how you fare. And in case you've forgotten Ells wasn't the only outfielder Adrian Beltre put on the DL in 2010.
    Posted by carnie


    You're right except for one thing: Beltre wasn't in the wrong on either of those. The LF should have called him off both times, he made the right play by going hard to the end. If anything, Beltre had a right to be p i s s e d about getting flipped.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?:
    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : You're right except for one thing: Beltre wasn't in the wrong on either of those. The LF should have called him off both times, he made the right play by going hard to the end. If anything, Beltre had a right to be p i s s e d about getting flipped.
    Posted by ma6dragon9
    I never said Adrian was wrong.
     
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    He is not serious... he is a Yankee fan trying to make fun of it.... just what we need. Not really.
    Posted by BurritoT


    He's not a Yankee fan.  Most of them have class.  He is an a**wipe.
     
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    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
    Posted by Camelwalk


    We'll remember this when it happens to Granderson.
     
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    In Response to Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : We'll remember this when it happens to Granderson.
    Posted by TheExaminer



    IDK, Exam, don't think Granderson is that fragile. I'm sure he'd buck up with 200+ pounds falling on his shoulderWink
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?:
    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : IDK, Exam, don't think Granderson is that fragile. I'm sure he'd buck up with 200+ pounds falling on his shoulder
    Posted by J-BAY


    The Grandyman probably would endure that, I agree.  He also didn't spend much of 2010 on the DL.
     
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    Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?

    sure jacoby missed 2010 but in every other season he has proven to be very durable
     
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    That you Came walk, go back to the Yankee Forums. Please stop changing names. In response to "Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?":
    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form? Posted by Camelwalk
     
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    Teilhardian started a similar thread earlier and I objected to it since he was a gloating Yankee fan and right away I was called a Piker and Kimer by the twosome of Examiner and J-Bay. Why is this thread any different? It's another thread started by a Mikey who happens to be in bed with with J-Bay and Examiner. Put all of this fraternity onto ignore or else you'll be their bait for the rest of the season.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?:
    Teilhardian started a similar thread earlier and I objected to it since he was a gloating Yankee fan and right away I was called a Piker and Kimer by the twosome of Examiner and J-Bay. Why is this thread any different? It's another thread started by a Mikey who happens to be in bed with with J-Bay and Examiner. Put all of this fraternity onto ignore or else you'll be their bait for the rest of the season.
    Posted by 6k42lt913c


    I think Pike is pretty fragile.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?:
    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : IDK, Exam, don't think Granderson is that fragile. I'm sure he'd buck up with 200+ pounds falling on his shoulder
    Posted by J-BAY


    Bad cop, good cop. The Camelwalk, Examiner, J-Bay charade is getting predictable and old. Give it a rest troll group / fraternity. Mikey gets scolded by J-Bay and told to go to bed and he goes over to the Politics Forum, puts on a new hat, and dials up his IQ and dialogue but continues to troll and be a pr-ick. Boring. Don't take the bait from this group.
     
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    He is not serious... he is a Yankee fan trying to make fun of it.... just what we need. Not really.
    Posted by BurritoT


    Watch it Burrito. Comments like that will place you onto the dreaded Pike and Kim list. If you apologize then you might be forgiven.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile? : Watch it Burrito. Comments like that will place you onto the dreaded Pike and Kim list. If you apologize then you might be forgiven.
    Posted by 6k42lt913c


    Afraid not pike. There's a difference between common sense posting and MacCarthian obsession mixed with deceit and duplicity.
     
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    Yes, Burrito calling out Mikey / Camelwalk for trolling reeks of McCarthyism. How dare he uses logic to label Mikey / Camelwalk as an obvious troll. The problem is that dozens of posters are identifying trolls on the forum these days and you and J-Bay want to dismiss that they are correct and want to label all of them as being one poster.
     
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    Ellsbury spent much of 2010 on the DL but managed to stay off of it and have a productive season in 2011 is he back to his 2010 form?
    Posted by Camelwalk


    Cameltoe.
    How would you fare if you ran into Adrain Beltre at speed?
    Now go sit on the silly chair in the corner.
     
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    Re: Is Jacoby Ellsbury fragile?

    Fair or not, Ellsbury's got the fragile label now.  The biggest mistake this off-season was not selling high on him. 
     
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