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Thread: Reds training staff

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    Reds training staff

    I wish that the Reds training staff and team doctors (save Doc Hollywood/Krimcheck) could all be fired and replaced because I'm getting sick and tired of hearing and seeing our players get injured and wait a week until they're put on the DL (David Ross, Edwin Encarnacion, Ken Griffey Jr, etc.) I'm sick of it. Something needs to be done with this staff because I know there are better people out there than the people we have right now. What do you think?
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    Re: Reds training staff

    i duno doc hollywood's pretty good a highly recommended(see all the of the injured major leagueres that get his second opinion)

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    Re: Reds training staff

    that's what i was saying. I love Krimcheck...just not anyone else
    Reds record while I was in attendance in 2006: 7-2
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    "I wish the stadium was filled up every night." - Bronson Arroyo, Cincinnati Enquirer - February 9, 2007

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    Re: Reds training staff

    They should at least give the public the correct information on the injury. Junior has a stiff knee and he is out a month.......

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    Re: Reds training staff

    It isn't that they lie or give incorrect information. Injuries aren't always as simple as black and white. Sometimes they take on a life of their own. The Reds have a great training staff and treat injuries no different than any other team.


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