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    Forearm tightness for Cueto

    http://cincinnati.com/blogs/reds/

    "The arms: Johnny Cueto started and went two innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He walked one and struck out tow. He was supposed to go four innings. But he felt tightness in his right forearm."

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    Quote Originally Posted by VottoFan54 View Post
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    "The arms: Johnny Cueto started and went two innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He walked one and struck out tow. He was supposed to go four innings. But he felt tightness in his right forearm."
    Exactly the reason a team can benefit from having a legitimate 6-7 starters on the roster. Anyone, (except maybe Arroyo) can go down for a bit,-----or longer.

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    It wouldn't be catastrophic if Leake had to make a few starts in place of Cueto at the beginning of the season since we have way more depth than Milwaukee or St. Louis have.

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    I think Leake may be behind LeCure and Maloney this spring.I wouldn't be ready to give him the job yet.

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    Exact reason why we will win the division again. Depth.
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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    From Reds Twitter:

    "Johnny Cueto diagnosed with stiffness in right biceps and forearm. Will take a couple days off from throwing, to be examined again Monday."

    Hopefully its nothing too serious

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    Isn't this the same way Volquez started out - a little stiffess, nothing big - and then it became full blown TJ surgery?

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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    Quote Originally Posted by VottoFan54 View Post
    From Reds Twitter:

    "Johnny Cueto diagnosed with stiffness in right biceps and forearm. Will take a couple days off from throwing, to be examined again Monday."

    Hopefully its nothing too serious
    So did he get examined yesterday? If so, what was the outcome?
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    Re: Forearm tightness for Cueto

    http://cincinnati.com/blogs/reds/

    From Fay:

    "–Johnny Cueto said he’s been cleared to throw today. Cueto left his last start with stiffness in his right forearm.

    “It’s better,” Cueto said. “I’m OK.”

    Cueto said he think he’ll be OK to make his next start.

    Looking at schedule — I haven’t talked to Dusty Baker yet — but it looks like the Reds have pushed Cueto into the fifth spot. He’s listed at starter for Saturday and for March 24 – the day before Edinson Volquez starts."


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