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    Livingston out with a torn labrum

    ... Coffey called up. per Trent.
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Not a good injury for a pitcher...

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    Not a good injury for a pitcher...
    wonder who will pitch Sunday.
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Well this stinks. I liked Livingston and was pleased the Reds gave him a chance. And now he's basically done.

    Do we get more of Dumatrait?

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    4 man rotation please
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Quote Originally Posted by flyer85 View Post
    ... Coffey called up.
    "Since I've been with the Reds in 1989, we've never had a farm system this loaded," Bowden said. "If we were the New York Yankees and had unlimited dollars, we could have traded for Colon, (Jeff) Weaver, Rolen, (Cliff) Floyd, (Kenny) Rogers and Finley and gotten them all -- and still held onto our top five prospects. That's an amazing statement."

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Gosh Dang It!

    That's too bad for the kid. The Mariners had given up on him and it looked like he had a chance to become a starter next year if he continued his improvement.

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    How about a 2-man rotation?
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Isn't that like the death blow. Seriously I know that sounds bad but the chances of coming back from that is almost none and then you have 2 years minimum if you can... I don't see how we can do anything except call up Cueto, Bailey, or Maloney. One of them has to be coming. I bet Maloney.
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Dang. An already thin corp of starters gets even thinner.

    Not to mention the bullpen is getting burned up.

    Too bad for the kid.

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    You just knew he wasn't right. He wasn't pitching with the same tempo, or throwing as many strikes. Too bad, for him. Just when a young player's career looks to be taking off he gets it yanked out from under him. So sad. The curse of Steve Foster strikes again.

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    I know he wasn't the next Greg Maddux, but you hate to see a kid get injured just when things are "seemingly" taking off.
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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    If Saarloos hadn't piched last night, I'd give him the nod. He's not great, but I'd far rather have him pitch than Dumatrait or any of the minor leaguers.

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    I think they need to consider Cueto or Bailey, Saarloos would not be able to pitch tonight or tomorrow if he is supposed to start on Sunday and saying last night was his first positive experience since almost May, I would hate to spot start him on Sunday. Any waiver wire guys we could get? Remember Michalak and Kim were starting here last year.

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    Re: Livingston out with a torn labrum

    Fortunately, his game didn't rely on velocity. For that reason (plus I'd assume they caught the injury early), I think he seems to have a better chance to recover than most.


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