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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 15, 2005 11:46 am

Gone for the season!!!!!!! CRAPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

I guess Chacon is coming...CRAAAPAPAPAPAPAPAPAP
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Postby TheYanks04 » Fri Jul 15, 2005 12:32 pm

Yeah The daily News has it too.

via Rotoworld:
According to the New York Daily News, sources are saying that Chien-Ming Wang has a torn rotator cuff in his shoulder.
We'll know for sure after he visits Dr. James Andrews on Monday, but it sure looks like his season is over. A complete tear would also make him a poor bet for 2006.


I guess maybe trading the chip while he had considerable value in hindsight might have been the thing to do after all. It just goes to show you that even when Cashman does the right thing by not selling off a good player, he manages to mess up the team. We likely wil not see Wang until 07 if then and his value is dubious at best.
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Postby blankman » Fri Jul 15, 2005 5:19 pm

TheYanks04 wrote:I guess maybe trading the chip while he had considerable value in hindsight might have been the thing to do after all. It just goes to show you that even when Cashman does the right thing by not selling off a good player, he manages to mess up the team. We likely wil not see Wang until 07 if then and his value is dubious at best.


That's ridiculous Yanks. Blaming Cashman for the injury? That's just garbage there.

Cashman did the right thing and the team just got unlucky.

Pinning this on Cashman is an utter disgrace Yanks.
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 15, 2005 6:45 pm

I just threw up again :-P
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Postby WharfRat » Fri Jul 15, 2005 7:08 pm

blankman wrote:
TheYanks04 wrote:I guess maybe trading the chip while he had considerable value in hindsight might have been the thing to do after all. It just goes to show you that even when Cashman does the right thing by not selling off a good player, he manages to mess up the team. We likely wil not see Wang until 07 if then and his value is dubious at best.


That's ridiculous Yanks. Blaming Cashman for the injury? That's just garbage there.

Cashman did the right thing and the team just got unlucky.

Pinning this on Cashman is an utter disgrace Yanks.


Yup. Cash did right, it's just rotten luck.
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Postby TheYanks04 » Sun Jul 17, 2005 4:17 am

Cashman is paid to win pennants and WS. Bottom line. And whether a good, bad or indeifferent move, its results are what matter. Bad luck...maybe. So what? Still another in the long line of pitching disaster moves by Clueless Brian. This guy could not get us a decent pitcher if he tried.

Right, wrong or indifferent, he made the call to keep Wang and he blew out his arm. The final result indicates it was a mistake. I would not even mention it had this guy not shown an uncanny ability to screw every pitching move up one way or the other. Bottom line is that George is not going to care whether it was the right move or not. The buck stopped with Clueless Brian and he blew the call. The Yanks are worse off for it.
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Postby blankman » Sun Jul 17, 2005 11:47 am

TheYanks04 wrote:Cashman is paid to win pennants and WS. Bottom line. And whether a good, bad or indeifferent move, its results are what matter. Bad luck...maybe. So what? Still another in the long line of pitching disaster moves by Clueless Brian. This guy could not get us a decent pitcher if he tried.

Right, wrong or indifferent, he made the call to keep Wang and he blew out his arm. The final result indicates it was a mistake. I would not even mention it had this guy not shown an uncanny ability to screw every pitching move up one way or the other. Bottom line is that George is not going to care whether it was the right move or not. The buck stopped with Clueless Brian and he blew the call. The Yanks are worse off for it.


How the hell is it a disaster pitching move? Bringing him up saved the Yankees season.

Cashman blew out his arm. Riiiiiggghhhttt.

You're just being an ass at this point. Stop hating on him for one second and think about insane your blind hatred has made you become.
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Postby WharfRat » Sun Jul 17, 2005 11:56 am

TheYanks04 wrote:Cashman is paid to win pennants and WS. Bottom line. And whether a good, bad or indeifferent move, its results are what matter. Bad luck...maybe. So what? Still another in the long line of pitching disaster moves by Clueless Brian. This guy could not get us a decent pitcher if he tried.

Right, wrong or indifferent, he made the call to keep Wang and he blew out his arm. The final result indicates it was a mistake. I would not even mention it had this guy not shown an uncanny ability to screw every pitching move up one way or the other. Bottom line is that George is not going to care whether it was the right move or not. The buck stopped with Clueless Brian and he blew the call. The Yanks are worse off for it.


This is really some delusional thinking. You're blaming the GM for a guy getting hurt??? What's the matter with you? What if Pujols pulls a hammy. Is that Jocketty's fault for signing him?? Barmes got himself hurt - is that another poor move by O'Dowd? Or is Cashman the only one who should be blamed for his rookies' injuries? :-t :-t "The final result indicates it was a mistake"...that's some wacky logic right there.
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Postby dimaggio5 » Tue Jul 19, 2005 4:54 pm

Good News...Wang might not require surgery. At this point the doctors recommend treatment and rest. If all goes well then Wang might be able to return early next year. Good news for the Yanks long term starting rotation.
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Postby blankman » Tue Jul 19, 2005 5:24 pm

dimaggio5 wrote:Good News...Wang might not require surgery. At this point the doctors recommend treatment and rest. If all goes well then Wang might be able to return early next year. Good news for the Yanks long term starting rotation.


I'm still expecting him to be out for the year but I read in the paper today that Wang needs 3 weeks before they can make a decision. He'll "undergo 2 weeks of "exercise protocol" and then begin a throwing program."

Lets cross our fingers. :-o
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