I'm missin bobby already
my user name is obsolete now and so is my avatar.
Two of his injuries involved other players crashing into him- freak occurrences- not really caused by playing hard
Plus, the sushi in Phoenix is to die for
Well if you remember, Jeter handled the negotiations exactly like Cano did - make a ridiculous up front offer public and dare the FO to say no in front
Unless he's going to stop playing hard and busting his ass, he's still going to be more prone to such injuries than, for example, Robinson Cano.
I also think the FO plays a role in this, because the negotiations seemed adversarial. There is a way to "shake friends