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    The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Since last year's thread was so useful, I figure it's time to start one for this year as well.

    Thus far, we have Abreu out with some arm ailment and Humberto Sanchez getting an MRI for "forearm strain".

    Anyone else I'm missing?

    Oh, Pavano and the line-drive.

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Bruney
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Bruney? What happened to Bruney?

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by gdn
    Since last year's thread was so useful, I figure it's time to start one for this year as well.

    Thus far, we have Abreu out with some arm ailment and Humberto Sanchez getting an MRI for "forearm strain".

    Anyone else I'm missing?

    Oh, Pavano and the line-drive.
    I think Bruney injured his back as well.
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    http://weblogs.newsday.com/sports/ba...l_updates.html

    Brian Bruney is feeling better and hopes to throw tomorrow, but he is still going for an MRI today on his left ribcage muscle in his back. So we'll see.
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    I think the biggest suprise of the offseason so far is that the line drive the struck Pavano's foot didn't completely shatter it. He reminds me of the Samuel L. Jackson character in "Unbreakable".

    I sure hope Sanchez's forearm is alright, this is probably the one I am most worried about. I think the Yankees are in a position to allow Abreu as much time as he needs to get to 100%.
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Humberto.

    Carl Pavano walked around in flip flops today and isn't worried about his foot. He is expected to throw tomorrow and hopes to be ready to pitch in a game Sunday.
    Encouraging news on Carl (if thats possible).

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Steven White still licking his wounds?

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by NewEraYanks2527
    I think the Yankees are in a position to allow Abreu as much time as he needs to get to 100%.
    This is why it's nice to have a dependable 4th outfielder. Also Damon won't have to play through broken feet anymore (barring more freak injuries god forbid).

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by simmy886
    This is why it's nice to have a dependable 4th outfielder. Also Damon won't have to play through broken feet anymore (barring more freak injuries god forbid).
    Yep. And this is exactly why Cash didnt trade Melky away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simmy886
    This is why it's nice to have a dependable 4th outfielder. Also Damon won't have to play through broken feet anymore (barring more freak injuries god forbid).
    I hope he is running plenty of laps, word has it he showed up at camp a bit fat.

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by gdn
    Thus far, we have Abreu out with some arm ailment
    Oblique muscles are lower back (the muscles next to your abs, outside the 6 pack part on either side, are also obliques, but I doubt he hurt those)

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by Jace
    Oblique muscles are lower back (the muscles next to your abs, outside the 6 pack part on either side, are also obliques, but I doubt he hurt those)
    Thanks, I was going off of memory. Hazy one at that.

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    lets hope this thread is less active than last years...
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    I know he wasn't invited to Spring Training - but does anyone know any info regarding J. Brent Cox's broken hand - the result of an "altercation"?

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by Kickyt
    I know he wasn't invited to Spring Training - but does anyone know any info regarding J. Brent Cox's broken hand - the result of an "altercation"?
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by destiNY
    lets hope this thread is less active than last years...
    Yeah, last year's ran for quite a few pages.

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    none of the injuries seem overly serious and should all be overcome before opening day (knock on wood.)

    so far, it's:

    abreu (oblique)
    pavano (foot)
    bruney (side)
    sanchez (reaggravated forearm)
    white (might have recovered already from neck strain)
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by Jace
    Oblique muscles are lower back (the muscles next to your abs, outside the 6 pack part on either side, are also obliques, but I doubt he hurt those)
    I am not a doctor, but my understanding is that the external and internal obliques are considered to be part of the abdominal wall, and control the action of turning the trunk of your body. They do connect in the lower back, but I don't think an oblique injury is considered a back injury. But like I said, I am no doctor.

    http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/b...l_muscles?open

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    The first of our three over-30 outfielders is down for two weeks...Melky for Gonzalez, anyone?

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyEllis
    The first of our three over-30 outfielders is down for two weeks...Melky for Gonzalez, anyone?
    I feared that something like this could happen, but not this soon.
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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    according to cashman, abreu's oblique strain is "significant"

    “Those can be timely. You can be looking at as long as three weeks.”
    http://yankees.lohudblogs.com/

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    ouch. i'm sure glad we didn't trade the melk man
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    Three weeks puts us in mid march.

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    Re: The Official Yankees Injury Report Thread - 2007 Version

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasbro
    I am not a doctor, but my understanding is that the external and internal obliques are considered to be part of the abdominal wall, and control the action of turning the trunk of your body. They do connect in the lower back, but I don't think an oblique injury is considered a back injury. But like I said, I am no doctor.

    http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/b...l_muscles?open
    Yup, the obliques are part of the abdominal wall. I still remember that from gross anatomy
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