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    Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    John Fay ‏@johnfayman
    Cueto has a mild oblique strain. Not good news. #reds


    Sounds like he may be done for the post season...or at least no sooner til World Series
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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    I wonder what "grade" Cozart's strain was considered. Regardless can't imagine that he will be allowed to take the hill for at least a little while. That is not good news.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Not good news at all!

    Having said that, this team has shown all year they can overcome some adversity. I would never have predicted what this team did when JoVo went down.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Just makes winning it all that much sweeter. Adversity is part of the equation. This team just needs to keep getting after it. Cueto will be missed. But the job still gets done.
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    Zero chance the Reds miss the playoffs!

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    John Fay ‏@johnfayman
    Game 1 of the World Series is Oct. 24. Cueto's injury occurred. Oct. 6. That's doable. Would expect them to DL him today. #reds


    sounds IF they make it to the WS he may be able to go sometime during then, which would be HUGE, would need him to win the whole freaking thing IMO

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Why were they even thinking back spasms?

    He was grabbing his side.

    Reds' medical staff, once again.


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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Not sure what that all has to do with it? Not like they put him back out there for game 2 and made it worse, don't think they could have done anything to prevent it

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Next time a batter backs out Cueto needs to throw the damn ball.

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    Man, that really bites. I was counting on Cueto for the NLCS, if not to finish off the Giants. Heal fast!
    Sto Pro Veritate

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    i think the reds knew the whole time they just didn't announce it.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    bingo! but don't give up hope this thing is still doable.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    The way I look at it is that Cueto would only play 1 or 2 games in the series, yeah it could be a big deal if it were the deciding games but we still have great pitchers in Latos Arroyo and Homer to fill in. My main point is atleast it's not a every day player like Phillips or Votto, which would be a huge miss if they got injured.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by R_Webb18 View Post
    i think the reds knew the whole time they just didn't announce it.
    They did know. I heard it from the MOST reliable of sources during the late iniings of game 1. You can figure it out who it was by checking my other posts.

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by smixsell View Post
    They did know. I heard it from the MOST reliable of sources during the late iniings of game 1. You can figure it out who it was by checking my other posts.
    If that were true, why did they go on and on about back spasms being the problem?

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    Re: Cueto diagnosed with "Mild" Oblique Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by malcontent View Post
    If that were true, why did they go on and on about back spasms being the problem?
    Doc Hollywood likes to cover his butt instead of taking care of business. The Reds should had said nothing until they decided a course of action.


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