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Padres' head trainer Todd Hutcheson has never seen a bone bruise as severe as the one which Roberts (knee) sustained on Saturday, according to the North County Times.
Strong words from a man who has spent the last 16 years with the Padres. It's looking more and more like a two-week absence is wishful thinking from Roberts and his agent. The San Diego medical staff believes that four to six weeks is much more likely, which would place Roberts' return after the all-star break.
johnsamo wrote:And besides, Docs don't want to say two weeks, because if it goes longer, it makes them look stupid, if they say six weeks and he's back in two weeks, it's because they're such good docs.
All Docs are like this. They never want the final result to be worse than their first diagnosis. Airlines do this too. They aleays overestimate flight times so they can arrive early.
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