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    Time for the Yankees to get a second opinion as clearly the doctor looking at his elbow beforehand is having difficulty getting him healthy.
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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2012

    If Gardner cannot return before the AS break, 60-day DL may be the option. He was put on the 15-day DL in April.

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    Thank God, the Yankees are sending Gardner to see Kremchek, the Reds doctor, who has a great reputation as well as seeing the doctor that Kremchek worked for early in his career, Andrews.
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    Hard to believe that this injury has lingered for so long. When it first happened, it looked like no big deal and yet Gardner still cannot get healthy enough to play. If it cannot heal in 2 months, is surgery now the realistic approach?

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    Is Kuroda really going to make his next start in Atlanta? Are they really going to take a chance on him running the bases after taking that shot off his ankle on Friday? What could possibly go wrong?

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    Setback Brett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2JAY View Post
    Hard to believe that this injury has lingered for so long. When it first happened, it looked like no big deal and yet Gardner still cannot get healthy enough to play. If it cannot heal in 2 months, is surgery now the realistic approach?
    More than that. When it first happened, wasn't it called a wrist injury? How did it end up an elbow injury?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinMusic View Post
    Is Kuroda really going to make his next start in Atlanta? Are they really going to take a chance on him running the bases after taking that shot off his ankle on Friday? What could possibly go wrong?
    Better than sending Garcialater up to mound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet_lou_14 View Post
    More than that. When it first happened, wasn't it called a wrist injury? How did it end up an elbow injury?
    No, it was always elbow:

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    Gardner to the DL with "bruised elbow." Eppley called up.

    Per the YES postgame show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    Better than sending Garcialater up to mound.
    What about Phelps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinMusic View Post
    Is Kuroda really going to make his next start in Atlanta? Are they really going to take a chance on him running the bases after taking that shot off his ankle on Friday? What could possibly go wrong?
    Since Kuroda played for the Dodgers he should be used to running the bases. More worried about our other pitchers getting hurt that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymike673 View Post
    Since Kuroda played for the Dodgers he should be used to running the bases. More worried about our other pitchers getting hurt that way.
    His entire Japan career was also spent in Central League which is a non-DH league.

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2012

    Updates on Robertson, Gardner, Pettitte, Kuroda (well, actually, it's a non-update on Gardner):

    • Dave Robertson is scheduled to make his second rehab appearance tomorrow. It may be the last rehab outing he needs. “We’ll make evaluation after Tuesday, and it’s very possible we’ll see him this weekend,” Girardi said.

    • Girardi said he has not gotten any sort of report on Brett Gardner, and he said it’s not worth holding your breath. The Yankees aren’t likely to make any sort of announcement about Gardner’s condition until after he’s seen Dr. Kremchek on Thursday. He’s going to see Dr. Andrews first.

    • Andy Pettitte has a small bruise on his pitching hand but said he feels fine following last night’s bare-handed play. Pettitte played catch today and said he’s not even slightly worried about being able to throw his bullpen on Wednesday. “I feel good,” Pettitte said. “There’s hardly even any bruising any more. It feels great.”

    • Similar story with Hiroki Kuroda, who said he can still feel some soreness after being hit by a comebacker in his left foot, but he threw a bullpen yesterday and felt fine today. “I’m going to do some sprints tomorrow and see how I feel after that,” Kuroda said. “But I don’t feel limited.”
    http://yankees.lhblogs.com/2012/06/1...e-to-continue/

    So it sounds as if both Kuroda and Pettitte will make their next starts.

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    Re: The Injury Update Thread 2012

    Soriano has a blister on his index finger. Per Girardi's post-game press conference.

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    According to Girardi in the YES postgame show, Soriano has a "little blister" on his finger, which is why he wasn't used tonight. Soriano himself said that he could pitch, but Girardi decided to give it one more day.

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    on postgame Girardi said that Giggles was out with a blister today, hope to have him tomorrow.
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    The way Soriano threw the ball Sunday, it was best to not use him today anyhow.
    Fire Cashman, but Hal Steinbrenner is the root of Yankee woes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -tz View Post
    Soriano has a "little blister" on his finger



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    Is it just me or does it seem like we only have 4 relievers on this team (Soriano, Wade, Logan, Rapada)? (For the record, Eppley is a garbage-time reliever, so he doesn't count.) Even though our pitchers have pitched into the 7th consistently for the past 2 weeks, it still seems like we're scrambling to find guys to finish games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conkermaniac View Post
    Is it just me or does it seem like we only have 4 relievers on this team (Soriano, Wade, Logan, Rapada)? (For the record, Eppley is a garbage-time reliever, so he doesn't count.) Even though our pitchers have pitched into the 7th consistently for the past 2 weeks, it still seems like we're scrambling to find guys to finish games.
    Have you looked around the rest of the major leagues lately? We lost our two best relievers and still have one of the best pens in baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    Have you looked around the rest of the major leagues lately? We lost our two best relievers and still have one of the best pens in baseball.
    I think just as, and perhaps even more important, is the fact that we have one of the best bullpen managers in baseball.
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    Robertson pitched an inning this morning, so hopefully, he feels fine tomorrow and becomes activated on Friday.

    http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats...ouaaa_swbaaa_1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees1962 View Post
    Robertson pitched an inning this morning, so hopefully, he feels fine tomorrow and becomes activated on Friday.

    http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats...ouaaa_swbaaa_1
    John Maine in relief of D-Rob looks weird. I know they did it to control his pitching and just get him an inning of work but still looks funny.
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    John Maine in relief of D-Rob looks weird. I know they did it to control his pitching and just get him an inning of work but still looks funny.
    He's probably headed to Atlanta to rejoin the team. If not later today, first thing in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankee Tripper View Post
    John Maine in relief of D-Rob looks weird. I know they did it to control his pitching and just get him an inning of work but still looks funny.
    It looks extra-weird if, like me, you had no idea John Maine was still in baseball.
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