Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

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    Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

    Wonder if this contributed to poor last year performance?  Hope so...maybe he will return to what he is capable of and give some good time to the Sox this year.

     
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    Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

    oy vay
     
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    maybe that's why he couldn't pick up the phone....  Laughing
     
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    By Peter Abraham, Globe Staff Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford had surgery on his left wrist in Arizona today. GM Ben Cherington said Crawford should be recovered to play "the bulk" of the season. Crawford felt soreness when he started his offseason hitting workouts. He had an MRI that showed cartilage damage and arthroscopic surgery was recommended. Cherington did not rule Crawford being eligible for Opening Day. But it sounds like he could miss the early part of the season. More to come on this.
    Posted by 2004Idiots



    Strange...and can we be done with this injury bug already!!
     
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    The hits just keep coming. the 2012 season is looking better than ever. All we need now is one injury to one of our top three guys this spring training and Young Ben may become our 5th starter. In the military we learned than nothing goes according to plan and Murphy comes to war. Three is two and two is one. this addresses our top three starters if one of them goes down with an injury.
     
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    The hits just keep coming. the 2012 season is looking better than ever. All we need now is one injury to one of our top three guys this spring training and Young Ben may become our 5th starter. In the military we learned than nothing goes according to plan and Murphy comes to war. Three is two and two is one. this addresses our top three starters if one of them goes down with an injury.
    Posted by AL34


    Did the military ever teach confidence, resolve, never-say-die, and intestinal fortitude? I don't recall pictures of Chicken Little on the barrack's walls.
     
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    In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford : Did the military ever teach confidence, resolve, never-say-die, and intestinal fortitude? I don't recall pictures of Chicken Little on the barrack's walls.
    Posted by UticaClub
    There was no room on the walls for pictures of Chicken Little. You had covered them with dreary uplift and snotty remarks about normal GI grumbling.

     
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    In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford : There was no room on the walls for pictures of Chicken Little. You had covered them with dreary uplift and snotty remarks about normal GI grumbling.
    Posted by expitch


    dreary uplift.  interesting.
     
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    Assuming the worst and hoping for the best,who plays LF while Crapford rehabs? Another trade or bring up the youngsters and let them have a shot? I'm sure FA's who play LF are having visions of dollar signs dance in their heads.
     
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    In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford : thanks they were all over me yesterday
    Posted by pinstripezac


    Ditto, Zac. Nice!

    What, you got Yoshimi designing your avatar now?  LOL
     
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    Assuming the worst and hoping for the best,who plays LF while Crapford rehabs? Another trade or bring up the youngsters and let them have a shot? I'm sure FA's who play LF are having visions of dollar signs dance in their heads.
    Posted by sportsbozo1


     Aviles?? He's reportedly been playing outfield in a winter league

     
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    Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

    Hope they have insurance on that contract:

    They are now short a LF and a guy like Cody Ross would fit the bill at a one year deal.  Its time to spend a little money and round off this team.  The back of that order and rotation are thin.
     
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    This sounds suspicious to me.

    Really.

    OK, so maybe he felt something in his wrist, maybe no.

    OK, so with the turmoil on the medical staff, he had no one to talk to.

    Yeah, that's it.

    Not sure what to make of it.

    Really!!!

    Not sure what to make of this team and the FO either.

    Let me shake up my magic 8 ball to see what it all means.

     



    Yup.

    Thought so.
     
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    Seems to be a continuing pattern of the medical staff being unable to diagnose and treat injuries. If there was a problem , he should have been examined right after the season. The surgery could have been done then, and he would have been ready for spring training. We saw the same thing with Kalish.
     
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    In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford : Did the military ever teach confidence, resolve, never-say-die, and intestinal fortitude? I don't recall pictures of Chicken Little on the barrack's walls.
    Posted by UticaClub



    Burned...... AL34 must have been a soft skill POG
     
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    Amamzing this couldnt have been discovered in October or November.
     
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    Not knowing the specifics it's hard to hazard a guess, but I'm on record on this site calling for a change to our medical staff months ago. I've seen too many misdiagnoses, and flawed treatment approaches over the years.  I wouldn't send my dog to those over paid morons. They seem to do everything possible to keep players off the field. This should have been dealt with in October. 




    In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford:
    Seems to be a continuing pattern of the medical staff being unable to diagnose and treat injuries. If there was a problem , he should have been examined right after the season. The surgery could have been done then, and he would have been ready for spring training. We saw the same thing with Kalish.
    Posted by dgalehouse

     
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    Could be worse. Look at what happen to Vmart today.
     
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    In response to "Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford":
    Not knowing the specifics it's hard to hazard a guess, but I'm on record on this site calling for a change to our medical staff months ago. I've seen too many misdiagnoses, and flawed treatment approaches over the years.  I wouldn't send my dog to those over paid morons. They seem to do everything possible to keep players off the field. This should have been dealt with in October.  In Response to Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford : Posted by Teakus
    All players go through an "exit physical" at the end of season. Unless Crawford mentioned that his wrist didn't feel right at that point, how would a Doc know about it? I know "blame" is huge on this board, but its possible Crawford thought it was part of the normal aches and pains that all players feel at the end of the year and never mentioned it. If he did mention it, does anyone really think the Doc slapped him on the rear end and told him he'd be fine?
     
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    Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

    Good, opens up LF for a right-handed hitter. CC is what I said he was...an albatross...just like his fellow surgery mate Lackey.
     
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    Re: Wrist surgery for Carl Crawford

    Wow, so now we're going into the season with Sweeney/Aviles/DMac comprising 2/3 of our OF. And to think people have been talking about waiting until the trade deadline to add pitching. It's looking more and more likely we'll be sellers by then.
     
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