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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Syfo-Dyas » Fri May 02, 2008 5:44 pm

I was stunned to see him walkin back to pitch after that stumble.
I had a very similar injury and I couldnt put any weight on it.
If they decide to rehab, they are makin a mistake IMO.
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Yoda » Fri May 02, 2008 5:51 pm

Syfo-Dyas wrote:Gallardo was lying, that he was ok.
Yost is not a doctor. If he sais he is ok, he is the pitcher. Thats it.


I am convinced that you are not serious most of the time.

Yost is the MANAGER. You know, the guy who makes all the on-the-field decisions? What the hell does Gallardo know? He's just a 22 yo kid and if he doesn't feel anything then of course he is going to say that he is ok.
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby acsguitar » Fri May 02, 2008 5:52 pm

Yoda wrote:
Syfo-Dyas wrote:Gallardo was lying, that he was ok.
Yost is not a doctor. If he sais he is ok, he is the pitcher. Thats it.


I am convinced that you are not serious most of the time.

Yost is the MANAGER. You know, the guy who makes all the on-the-field decisions? What the hell does Gallardo know? He's just a 22 yo kid and if he doesn't feel anything then of course he is going to say that he is ok.


And didn't Gallardo just come off of surgery?
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Ender » Fri May 02, 2008 5:56 pm

looks like they officially announced he would have surgery so the most likely case is he is done for the year since he needs that leg to plant with.
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby acsguitar » Fri May 02, 2008 6:08 pm

Ender wrote:looks like they officially announced he would have surgery so the most likely case is he is done for the year since he needs that leg to plant with.


Cole Hamels could pitch with only 1 leg
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Syfo-Dyas » Fri May 02, 2008 6:11 pm

acsguitar wrote:
Yoda wrote:
Syfo-Dyas wrote:Gallardo was lying, that he was ok.
Yost is not a doctor. If he sais he is ok, he is the pitcher. Thats it.


I am convinced that you are not serious most of the time.

Yost is the MANAGER. You know, the guy who makes all the on-the-field decisions? What the hell does Gallardo know? He's just a 22 yo kid and if he doesn't feel anything then of course he is going to say that he is ok.


And didn't Gallardo just come off of surgery?


Thanks for clearin that up. As a manager myself probably I had no idea. :-?
BTW Gallardo must have known that theres somethings wrong. Theres no way that he didnt feel anything after he was lying on the ground in agony.
But he wanted to go back.
What the hell, I wanted to go back after my knee went out, but I couldnt walk.

Its not on the managers job to decide that he is injured or not. There are qualified people there to help him.
If the player sais he is ok, and the everybody else sais he is ok, than what else the manager should do?
Trust noone, and remove the player?

Its obviously you never ever did anything sport related. Fantasy baseball doesnt count as sports related, just to clear that up for you.
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Snakes Gould » Fri May 02, 2008 6:11 pm

acsguitar wrote:
Ender wrote:looks like they officially announced he would have surgery so the most likely case is he is done for the year since he needs that leg to plant with.


Cole Hamels could pitch with only 1 leg


no legs. :-]
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby Yoda » Fri May 02, 2008 6:22 pm

Syfo-Dyas wrote:Thanks for clearin that up. As a manager myself probably I had no idea. :-?
BTW Gallardo must have known that theres somethings wrong. Theres no way that he didnt feel anything after he was lying on the ground in agony.
But he wanted to go back.
What the hell, I wanted to go back after my knee went out, but I couldnt walk.

Its not on the managers job to decide that he is injured or not. There are qualified people there to help him.
If the player sais he is ok, and the everybody else sais he is ok, than what else the manager should do?
Trust noone, and remove the player?

Its obviously you never ever did anything sport related. Fantasy baseball doesnt count as sports related, just to clear that up for you.


You are absolutely right. It has nothing to do with the fact that Yost is a horrible manager.

There is nothing wrong with letting Gagne pitch 5 games in 6 days. Also there is nothing wrong with letting Ben Sheets throw 100+ while walking 7 guys and nothing wrong with letting a pitcher who is writhing in pain on the ground go back out there and pitch.
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby chipper » Fri May 02, 2008 7:01 pm

Yea that guy can't be serious with some of the stuff he says..... 8-o 8-o :-?
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Re: Gallardo Tears ACL

Postby ensanimal » Fri May 02, 2008 7:53 pm

Syfo-Dyas wrote:
Thanks for clearin that up. As a manager myself probably I had no idea. :-?
BTW Gallardo must have known that theres somethings wrong. Theres no way that he didnt feel anything after he was lying on the ground in agony.
But he wanted to go back.
What the hell, I wanted to go back after my knee went out, but I couldnt walk.

Its not on the managers job to decide that he is injured or not. There are qualified people there to help him.
If the player sais he is ok, and the everybody else sais he is ok, than what else the manager should do?
Trust noone, and remove the player?

Its obviously you never ever did anything sport related. Fantasy baseball doesnt count as sports related, just to clear that up for you.




Says. :-°

Hadn't heard until now, but I cannot understand how they would let him pitch after that. It would only make sense to be cautious considering the player. :-t
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