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    Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

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    Source: #Reds' Cueto going on disabled list with lat strain.
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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Matt Garza strained his lat in February and is looking to make his season debut for the Cubs in May...


    At least Cingrani getting a shot should be exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Matt Garza strained his lat in February and is looking to make his season debut for the Cubs in May...


    At least Cingrani getting a shot should be exciting.
    It could be so, so much worse.
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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Didn't Cueto tweak something in one of his first two starts this year as well. I seem to recall a trainer visit to the mound or Cueto grimacing or something.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Quote Originally Posted by kaldaniels View Post
    Didn't Cueto tweak something in one of his first two starts this year as well. I seem to recall a trainer visit to the mound or Cueto grimacing or something.
    I believe he was covering first on the play you are thinking of on OD. He studder stepped, and maybe twisted an ankle or something. He seemed fine after though.

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    Cueto has had a lat problem before. He hurt the right lat back in September 2011 and had to be shut down for the last few weeks of that season.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Just make sure its properly rehabbed and he eases back into pitching. It's a long season and no need to rush.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    What I'm reading is NOT good. Isn't this the same injury he suffered in the playoffs last year?Will wait to hear the severity, but Homer, et al. will have to pick it up big time. Season just doesn't feel right.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    I thought it was an oblique injury last year but I could be wrong.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsfaninMT View Post
    What I'm reading is NOT good. Isn't this the same injury he suffered in the playoffs last year?Will wait to hear the severity, but Homer, et al. will have to pick it up big time. Season just doesn't feel right.
    He had a strained oblique (different back muscle) in the playoffs. Usually an oblique causes a player to miss a month. A strained lat is usually 6-10 weeks. A few times pitchers have come back in less than a month, but I think I remember it ending someone's season too.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    6 weeks as a likely minimum blows. Dempster came back from a Lat quick but it was close to the deadline and he sucked the rest of the year after coming back.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Who is taking his place?
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    Tony Cingrani from Louisville. Filthy numbers this year.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeThierry View Post
    Who is taking his place?
    Looks like it'll be Cingrani.

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    Re: Cueto to DL With Strained Lat

    I wonder if it has anything to do with his Luis Tiant delivery.


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