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    Injuries mounting

    Date Player Status Injury
    07/05/2010 Aaron Harang Day-to-Day Lower back pain
    06/01/2010 Mike Lincoln 15-Day DL Strained right latissimus dorsi
    05/31/2010 Joey Votto Day-to-Day Sore neck
    05/29/2010 Ryan Hanigan 15-Day DL Broken left thumb
    05/24/2010 Homer Bailey 15-Day DL Right shoulder inflammation
    05/23/2010 Homer Bailey Day-to-Day Left game - undisclosed injury
    04/30/2010 Chris Dickerson 60-Day DL Right wrist surgery - out 4-6 weeks
    04/29/2010 Chris Dickerson Day-to-Day Sprained right wrist
    04/14/2010 Drew Stubbs Day-to-Day Stiff back
    02/26/2010 Chris Burke Day-to-Day Fractured right finger - out 2-4 weeks
    02/24/2010 Edinson Volquez 60-Day DL Recovery from right elbow surgery

    Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/bas...#ixzz0swcH6QnR

    This list does not include;
    Ramon Hernadez and his leg
    Brandon Phillips and his knot in the back of his leg,
    Orlando Cabrara and his legs
    Arthur Rhodes and his foot
    Joey Votto and his neck

    Is anyone concerned yet?
    Is that all, did I leave any out?
    I know that I, as well as many others on this message board believed the reds could compete as long as we stayed healthy. Is this the beginning of the end? Do the nay sayers get what they wanted, in that the Reds couldn't compete for a full year?
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    Re: Injuries mounting

    When we start losing more than winning I'll be concerned, but that's just me.
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    Re: Injuries mounting

    I thought that Chris Burke injury was the end of our season.
    "He looked like a surfer kid from SoCal," manager Dusty Baker says. "He didn't say much, but you could tell he was cool."

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    Quote Originally Posted by sabometrics View Post
    I thought that Chris Burke injury was the end of our season.
    Just think, if Gary Matthews goes down we're done.
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    Re: Injuries mounting

    I will strongly suggest to you that Mike Lincoln is not hurt at all. He was just terrible on the mound and they couldn't send him down.

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    Hanigan is catching in Louisville, so he will be back real soon.

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    Quote Originally Posted by ian_madden View Post
    Date Player Status Injury
    07/05/2010 Aaron Harang Day-to-Day Lower back pain
    06/01/2010 Mike Lincoln 15-Day DL Strained right latissimus dorsi
    05/31/2010 Joey Votto Day-to-Day Sore neck
    05/29/2010 Ryan Hanigan 15-Day DL Broken left thumb
    05/24/2010 Homer Bailey 15-Day DL Right shoulder inflammation
    05/23/2010 Homer Bailey Day-to-Day Left game - undisclosed injury
    04/30/2010 Chris Dickerson 60-Day DL Right wrist surgery - out 4-6 weeks
    04/29/2010 Chris Dickerson Day-to-Day Sprained right wrist
    04/14/2010 Drew Stubbs Day-to-Day Stiff back
    02/26/2010 Chris Burke Day-to-Day Fractured right finger - out 2-4 weeks
    02/24/2010 Edinson Volquez 60-Day DL Recovery from right elbow surgery

    Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/bas...#ixzz0swcH6QnR

    This list does not include;
    Ramon Hernadez and his leg
    Brandon Phillips and his knot in the back of his leg,
    Orlando Cabrara and his legs
    Arthur Rhodes and his foot
    Joey Votto and his neck

    Is anyone concerned yet?
    Is that all, did I leave any out?
    I know that I, as well as many others on this message board believed the reds could compete as long as we stayed healthy. Is this the beginning of the end? Do the nay sayers get what they wanted, in that the Reds couldn't compete for a full year?
    I was concerned when Votto had the stiff neck, but it was short-lived.
    I was concerned when Hanigan got hurt. But he'll be back soon.
    Burke has been released.
    Lincoln should be released.
    I'm really not missing Dickerson or Bailey.
    I'm really not concerned about Harang's sore back.
    I really wasn't too concerned about Stubbs because we have Heisey.
    I am concerned about Hernandez, but so far it appears to be minor.
    I am always concerned about any starter getting injured.
    Phillips and OCab are a huge part of the offense, and I'd be concerned if their problems linger.
    The way Rhodes has pitched this year, how could you be concerned about him? He gets it done no matter what, for the most part.

    Crossing my fingers that this is the extent of our injuries. But I know better.
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    Re: Injuries mounting

    In order to win a WS you have to be able to adapt when injuries occur. Very few teams go through 162 games without some key injuries.

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    Nicks and dings and injuries are part of any season. You get concerned when a pitcher goes down like Edinison did last year, but the stuff so far this season has not been that huge.

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    I'm not worried. I'll be worried if I see Joey and Bronson on the DL. Then i'll start to panic

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    Re: Injuries mounting

    I'm not too concerned either with Volquez nearing a return.


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