stevekahuda wrote:For a guy with 13000 posts i would think you would make more sense. how hard is this to understand. Pitchers who have hurt their elbows (i.e. Kazmir) are more likely to take a long time to recover than pitchers who have a muscle pull (i.e. Lackey). Harden barely pitched last year with his elbow injury, so even though he didn't have TJ, he was borderline useless from a fantasy perspective. Now, Kazmir may come back earlier, but I wouldn't bet on it. You really should take a course in logic.
I love it when people who have no clue resort to personal attacks. You are still 100% wrong and yet you continue to show your ignorance.
Harden had a shoulder injury in 07 not elbow. Evidence here:http://rotoworld.com/content/playerpage ... LB&id=3719
Kaz threw off the mound on Sunday with no set backs since he initially felt a twinge in his elbow:
Mar 31 LHP Scott Kazmir, recovering from a left elbow strain, threw well Sunday in his first session off a mound since March 13. Kazmir, who was first hurt Feb. 26, is on a program that, with no setbacks, could have him back in the big leagues around the last week of April or possibly a little before
Mar 31 Rays.MLB.com's Bill Chastain reports Tampa Bay Rays SP Scott Kazmir (elbow) had a good bullpen session Sunday, Match 30. He threw 37 pitches, all of which were fastballs. Kazmir needs to get stretched out to be able to throw 90 pitches before he can rejoin the team.
Lackey initially had a sore elbow and then injured his triceps while trying to rehab:http://rotoworld.com/content/playerpage ... LB&id=3492
So before you spout off again, please do some homework.
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