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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by -tz View Post
    Some miscellaneous updates, from LoHud:

    Good news then except for Cervelli.

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    Ugh, seriously:

    Looks like Feliciano is going to start the year on the DL:

    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2011/03/2...aff-almost-set

    The staff would be set, but Pedro Feliciano might open on the disabled list. In fact, that sounds likely

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    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2011/03/2...ferent-things/

    • Pedro Feliciano is dealing with the same upper-arm tightness that slowed him down earlier this spring. He seemed to be on his way back, but Feliciano felt it again during his most recent bullpen. He’ll throw off flat ground tomorrow, but Opening Day is in doubt. The Yankees should know for sure by Tuesday.

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Cashman learned his lesson with Marte by signing Feliciano. Reminds me of that Einstein quote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theboss84 View Post
    cashman learned his lesson with marte by signing feliciano. Reminds me of that einstein quote.
    e=mc2?

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

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    e=mc2?
    Well played.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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    Well played.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    I love that quote lol. I was fine with the signing - this kind of thing can happen to any pitcher - but it's just annoying that the "soreness" has now morphed into tightness - that's not good.

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    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2011/03/2...ferent-things/
    Girardi still thinks there’s a chance Curtis Granderson will be ready for Opening Day. He’s supposed to run and throw today. Tomorrow he’ll take some dry swings with a broom stick, and if that goes well, he’ll also hit a few balls off a tee tomorrow. “There’s a chance,” Girardi said.
    Stickball and T-ball for Granderson. He must feel like a kid again.
    ~John

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    So the new guy, Dickerson, gets the start, goes three for three with an RBI, and limps off the field with an apparent hamstring issue.

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    I have no link, but I was reading the game thread on Lohud and apparently new guy Dickerson has already hurt his hammy in today's game

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by THEBOSS84 View Post
    Well played.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
    Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.

    * Rita Mae Brown, Sudden Death (Bantam Books, New York, 1983), p. 68
    * This and variations on it have also been variously attributed to Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, Alcoholics Anonymous (step 2), and an old Chinese proverb.
    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Insanity

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    ^that quote really never made sense to me. Is rolling a dice hoping to get a 2 one time and a 6 another time "insanity?"
    Last edited by delv; 03-27-11 at 12:03 AM.

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    News on Granderson and Feliciano:

    http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/...k_nyy&c_id=nyy

    Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson believes he has a "50-50" chance of being on the field for Opening Day.

    Mending a strained right oblique, Granderson resumed swinging a bat and running the bases on Saturday while also throwing, saying he continues to feel some tightness but only minor discomfort.

    "I'm 50-50 right now," Granderson said. "The way everything felt today was a good sign, another step forward. Hopefully everything continues the same way."
    Yankees left-hander Pedro Feliciano could start the season on the disabled list with lingering discomfort near his pitching shoulder.

    Manager Joe Girardi said on Saturday that Feliciano, 34, continues to be bothered by the soreness that has kept him out of Grapefruit League play since March 7.

    Feliciano will play catch on flat ground on Sunday after being prescribed additional rest and treatment following a live batting practice session this week.

    Girardi said that the Yankees should know by Tuesday if Feliciano -- who led the Majors in relief outings in each of the last three seasons -- will be ready to begin the year.

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    Grandy will be ok.............this Feliciano injury is worrisome.

    More positive news at least :

    Ledger_Yankees Girardi says Dickerson may just be cramping up.
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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    From LoHud:

    Cramping and spasms for Dickerson

    Quite a day for Chris Dickerson.

    In his first game with the Yankees, Dickerson went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI, then he limped off the field with a left hamstring injury.

    So far, the Yankees medical team says it’s cramping and spasms. That’s all they can diagnose at this point. Dickerson is not scheduled to make tomorrow’s road trip and will see the trainers instead.

    “Let’s just hope it’s cramps,” Joe Girardi said.

    Turns out, Dickerson felt some cramping this morning but played through it.

    “Probably trying to make a good first impression,” Girardi said.

    The good news is that Girardi is “a little bit” more optimistic about Curtis Granderson, who did more than expected and remains a possibility for the Opening Day lineup.

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    Yankees could be without Feliciano early on

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Yankees left-hander Pedro Feliciano could start the season on the disabled list with lingering discomfort near his pitching shoulder.

    Manager Joe Girardi said on Saturday that Feliciano, 34, continues to be bothered by the soreness that has kept him out of Grapefruit League play since March 7.

    Feliciano will play catch on flat ground on Sunday after being prescribed additional rest and treatment following a live batting practice session this week.

    Girardi said that the Yankees should know by Tuesday if Feliciano -- who led the Majors in relief outings in each of the last three seasons -- will be ready to begin the year.

    "It's a concern," Girardi said. "You want him Opening Day."
    http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/...k_nyy&c_id=nyy

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    Quote Originally Posted by delv View Post
    ^that quote really never made sense to me. Is rolling a dice hoping to get a 2 one time and a 6 another time "insanity?"
    Well you're not really rolling it the exact same way if you're getting different results are you?

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    This really just doesn't sound good at all; I would imagine that he'd have to be sent for an MRI as it's not getting better.

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    ^ The above story is "Feliciano likely to miss Opening Day."

    The immediate news out of today’s pregame session with Joe Girardi is that Pedro Feliciano is almost certainly going to open on the disabled list. He was supposed to throw today but his arm didn’t feel good, so the session was cancelled.
    Meanwhile, there is better news on Granderson and neutral news on Dickerson:

    Granderson takes another step forward

    Curtis Granderson remains questionable for Opening Day, but Joe Girardi keeps growing a little more optimistic that he’ll have his center fielder from the very beginning. It seems to be a cautious optimism, but the idea isn’t off the table.

    “Every day he can take the next step, you have to be optimistic,” Girardi said. “But you still want to see it turned up.”

    Everything went as planned today, and the Yankees are planning to have Granderson take batting practice tomorrow (regular BP with the coaches, not live BP against a pitcher). The last big league spring training game is Tuesday, there will be a minor league game on Wednesday — in theory Granderson could play in that — and Opening Day is Thursday.

    Meanwhile, the Yankees got fairly good news on Chris Dickerson. He took batting practice today, but the team’s still not sure what exactly is wrong with him.

    “He felt better today,” Girardi said. “Still not sure if it’s a slight strain or just a cramp.”
    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2011/03/2...-step-forward/

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by yankee82093 View Post
    Well you're not really rolling it the exact same way if you're getting different results are you?
    this is a silly discussion, but anyone who "tries" to roll a dice a certain way is probably wasting their time

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    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2011/03/2...il-opening-day

    Pedro Feliciano had an MRI this morning. It showed some sort of muscle problem — Girardi wasn’t sure of the exact diagnosis — but the bottom line is this: “It’s pretty hard to think that he would start with us,” Girardi said. “I’m hoping it’ll be shorter (term), but you can never predict

    odd.......and not good

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    Quote Originally Posted by delv View Post
    this is a silly discussion, but anyone who "tries" to roll a dice a certain way is probably wasting their time
    Well the quote doesn't talk about trying, it talks about doing. If you somehow manage to roll a dice the exact same way in multiple iterations, you should not expect different results or you're insane (according to Einstein anyway).

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by yankee82093 View Post
    Well the quote doesn't talk about trying, it talks about doing. If you somehow manage to roll a dice the exact same way in multiple iterations, you should not expect different results or you're insane (according to Einstein anyway).
    Except that there is no evidence that it was Einstein who said it.

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2011

    Maybe there was a reason the Mets didn't want to sign Feliciano after he had been their workhorse for, what was it, 8 years? Like concern that he had been overused? Altho the guy had never been on the DL, so I have a hard time faulting the Yankees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZIM 2002 View Post
    Maybe there was a reason the Mets didn't want to sign Feliciano after he had been their workhorse for, what was it, 8 years? Like concern that he had been overused? Altho the guy had never been on the DL, so I have a hard time faulting the Yankees.
    The reason is simple. The Mets don't have money.

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