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    Votto leaves game with knee injury

    According to Reds' TV team, he left today's game with left knee inflammation. He left as a precautionary measure, and is receiving further testing and evaluation now.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    He'll be fine, he's Canadian. They all have mutant healing powers like Wolverine.
    "But I do know Joey's sister indirectly (or foster sister) and I have heard stories of Joey being into shopping, designer wear, fancy coffees, and pedicures."

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    Whenever I hear knee I get nervous, hopefully he'll be fine.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    Quote Originally Posted by WMR View Post
    Whenever I hear knee I get nervous, hopefully he'll be fine.
    They can do a lot with knees. Anything short of ACLs are fixed in a matter of a week or two even if it needs arthroscopic surgery

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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    Nothing a day off, casually sipping expensive coffee in fancy shirts can't fix
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    It was a very strange injury. Didn't see anything other than running slowly.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    Nothing a day off, casually sipping expensive coffee in fancy shirts can't fix
    That will never not be funny.

    "But I do know Joey's sister indirectly (or foster sister) and I have heard stories of Joey being into shopping, designer wear, fancy coffees, and pedicures."

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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    Wonder if he might have some cartilage floating around? I had that problem and it didn't take a lot to get it crossways.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    I think it will come out that he originally injured it a week or two ago. I remember seeing Phillips hit into a DP with Votto on first, and Votto came up limping ever so slightly. I want to say it was during the Mets series, but don't quote me on that.

    Maybe it's not been right since then and he tweaked it today.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    At least we got one full healthy season out of Jr after his deal...


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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

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    I think it will come out that he originally injured it a week or two ago. I remember seeing Phillips hit into a DP with Votto on first, and Votto came up limping ever so slightly. I want to say it was during the Mets series, but don't quote me on that.

    Maybe it's not been right since then and he tweaked it today.
    I remember thinking he sure was slow going first to third last night.

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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

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    According to Reds' TV team, he left today's game with left knee inflammation. He left as a precautionary measure, and is receiving further testing and evaluation now.
    All of that fancy coffee is turning his knees brown!

    He's a stallion. A little DMSO will fix that knee right up.
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

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    At least we got one full healthy season out of Jr after his deal...

    BP now Votto after extensions, scary stuff!
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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    Quote Originally Posted by jojo View Post
    All of that fancy coffee is turning his knees brown!

    He's a stallion. A little DMSO will fix that knee right up.
    Just rub some dirt on it Joey.

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    Re: Votto leaves game with knee injury

    I got the impression he could have stayed in, hopefully it's nothing a day off or two wouldn't solve.
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