here we go..already..
here we go..already..
ahh the miracle of at home injuries wat do pro athletes do around the house
"Weathers tore a tendon in his right index finger while working out Monday at his home, the club said Wednesday."Originally Posted by captainmorgan07
I would have guessed he was chopping wood or doing some sort of home repair. Hard to fault the guy for an injury that occurred during a workout.
Is it Doomsday already?
We forgot this part of the article:
"He will wear a splint for three weeks, and the Reds think the injury will heal by the time pitchers and catchers report Feb. 16."
Not to be cruel to David Weathers, and I hope he's okay, but this really doesn't matter in the grand scope of this team.
This is kinda like Arby's running out of parsley.
How, then, are those people of the future—who are taking steroids every day—going to look back on baseball players who used steroids? They're going to look back on them as pioneers. They're going to look back at it and say "So what?" - Bill James, Cooperstown and the 'Roids
Hope he's ok.
Blame Vander Wal!
As a cost cutting measure, team doctors set the injury using one of these:Originally Posted by Unassisted
23 Years and Counting...
Arby's is out of parsley???Originally Posted by cincinnati chili
Pay attention to the open sky
I think Ryan Wagner needs to prove he even belongs on the 25-man roster first.Originally Posted by WVRed
Frankly, I think that the Reds wasted their 2003 first-round pick.
Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.
By Hal McCoy
Dayton Daily News
Coaches always tell young players, "Catch the baseball with two hands."
Don't tell that to Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher David Weathers.
Weathers suffered a torn extensor tendon in his right index finger Tuesday while playing catch. The finger is expected to be in a splint for three weeks.
Weathers told General Manager Dan O'Brien he injured the finger working out at his home in Loretto, Tenn. When he tried to catch a throw with two hands, the ball struck the tip of his right index finger. He told O'Brien he was not feeling pain, but to heal properly the finger requires a splint.
The Reds saves leader last season is not expected to miss the start of spring training in mid-February, but he won't be playing catch for a while — and when he does he might want to try catching the ball with one hand.
My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!