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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    At least it wasn't the shoulder or elbow.
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Cingrani is scheduled to pitch in Louisville tomorrow. My guess is that he starts and is on a small pitch limit of something like 50 pitches, to get in some work, but also be available for Cueto's spot just in case he needs to be DL'd.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Question since Cueto does that turn before he pitches could that cause injury's more often? (not saying it happened here) I also know it helps him hide the ball.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    if these injuries last awhile the Reds aren't going to the playoffs they aren't deep enough

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Quote Originally Posted by R_Webb18 View Post
    Question since Cueto does that turn before he pitches could that cause injury's more often? (not saying it happened here) I also know it helps him hide the ball.
    I don't see where it would cause arm issues. Abdomen or even leg injuries, perhaps.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Oblique injuries would be more likely
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia View Post
    I predict a few weeks the Reds going with a 4 man rotation with Cueto not being DL'd and then a botched surgery by Doc Hollywood.
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Quote Originally Posted by LincolnparkRed View Post
    Oblique injuries would be more likely
    Gosh, hope not. Oblique problems can be persistent. If this turns out to be anything more than one missed start, just unfair. Then again, Votto going on the DL last year was quite the spark none of us would have predicted. I remain optimistic. If Cingrani gets called, he'll rock. And the lineup will awaken. It will be a good late spring. It will. I'm sure of it.
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Hope its just 15 day DL.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Cingrani is scheduled to pitch in Louisville tomorrow. My guess is that he starts and is on a small pitch limit of something like 50 pitches, to get in some work, but also be available for Cueto's spot just in case he needs to be DL'd.
    Help me here, Doug. Wasn't his performance in ST not very good?
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    I hope it is nothing but the cold weather stiffing him up.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

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    Help me here, Doug. Wasn't his performance in ST not very good?
    BA just had him #1 on the hot list for the first week and a half of the season so far...

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Wife's undergrad was in athletic training... suggested that the area of the triceps that Cueto reached for is in the vicinity of a rotator cuff insertion point...
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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    From Rotoworld:
    Johnny Cueto (triceps) will travel back to Cincinnati on Sunday to meet with the Reds' medical director. Cueto left his start Saturday night in Pittsburgh with pain in his right triceps muscle. Reds manager Dusty Baker told reporters after the game that it's "not anything in the elbow or shoulder." But the right-hander could still require a stint on the 15-day disabled list, and prospect Tony Cingrani could take his place.

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    Re: Cueto leaves game with injury

    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicDumpling View Post
    From Rotoworld:
    Johnny Cueto (triceps) will travel back to Cincinnati on Sunday to meet with the Reds' medical director. Cueto left his start Saturday night in Pittsburgh with pain in his right triceps muscle. Reds manager Dusty Baker told reporters after the game that it's "not anything in the elbow or shoulder." But the right-hander could still require a stint on the 15-day disabled list, and prospect Tony Cingrani could take his place.
    That's good. I would think (or hope) that this would be something that could be taken care of with a little rest. Not the end of the world.

    I don't think Reds fans realize how good Cueto has become yet. I'd hate to see his season interrupted.


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