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Postby zirco33 » Tue May 27, 2008 11:50 pm

Matsuzaka left in the 5th with an apparent injury to his side. He took a spill covering first on a bad throw. Hopefully its nothing major.
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Postby CBMGreatOne » Tue May 27, 2008 11:52 pm

I just traded him about 3 days ago. Hopefully it's nothing serious. I hate to win a trade that way.
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Postby Cabby » Tue May 27, 2008 11:53 pm

Did anyone see this? I was thinking of trading him too, hope its nothing major...
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Postby zirco33 » Wed May 28, 2008 12:08 am

Cabby wrote:Did anyone see this? I was thinking of trading him too, hope its nothing major...


yes... i saw it. he came out for warm ups to begin the fifth. trainers came out and they pulled him before he threw the first pitch. they showed a replay of him grimacing a bit. doesnt look like anything too serious though. he gave up three runs early and dint look great, but it definitely wasnt because he was getting shelled.
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Postby shoelessjoetara » Wed May 28, 2008 12:13 am

Are we talking a possible DL stint ? I hear what ya'll are saying that it didn't look to serious and some of the Boston fans were saying it was more of a precaution and he will have a little more time to heal instead of maybe making it worse.
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Postby Shitney™ » Wed May 28, 2008 12:23 am

i would like to win a trade this way if it's serious..

i've got Utley for my Dice-K sitting on the table.. any new news?
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Postby CBMGreatOne » Wed May 28, 2008 12:33 am

Shitney™ wrote:i would like to win a trade this way if it's serious..

i've got Utley for my Dice-K sitting on the table.. any new news?


Jesum Crowe. Why would anyone- ever- consider dealing Utley for Daisuke?

I suppose it would be somewhat unethical for you to accept the trade right now, given that it was probably proposed before the injury, but as soon as the first news comes that says Daisuke will make his next start, you should accept it.
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Postby Shitney™ » Wed May 28, 2008 12:39 am

well its actaully dice -k and valverde for utley...

and i don't think it's a great deal.. I need the pitching and already have BJ Upton playing 2B..
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Postby mtxdevil » Wed May 28, 2008 1:02 am

Shitney™ wrote:well its actaully dice -k and valverde for utley...

and i don't think it's a great deal.. I need the pitching and already have BJ Upton playing 2B..


You gotta take that and run. 8-o
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Re: Dice K

Postby Matthias » Wed May 28, 2008 10:28 am

From the Boston Globe:

But the buzz began again, and not in the way Matsuzaka wanted. Trailing the Mariners, 3-0, he left the mound at the start of the fifth inning after throwing two warm-up pitches. Matsuzaka was holding his back and side and walked off the mound as the Red Sox medical staff scurried to him. The club reported after the game that he had experienced shoulder fatigue.

"I had a similar experience probably in my second or third year of my professional career where before the game I just felt that things weren't 100 percent," Matsuzaka said through an interpreter. "I had a similar feeling, so I had a conversation with the coaching staff at the time. I think at that time I ended up starting the game.

"But today with so much season left, and such a long way to go in this long season, I thought it would be best to come out of the game at that point."

Matsuzaka would remain undefeated, thanks to Manny Ramírez's three-run homer that tied the game in the sixth, but for now the questions are: How bad is the injury and how long will he be out?

Clay Buchholz is rehabbing in the minors and could very well be summoned back to Boston to take Matsuzaka's spot in the rotation.


Of course, they don't answer their own question of how long Daisuke will be out.

But Shitney, accepting a trade after one of your players in the deal gets hurt is low class.
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