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    Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Arizona fall league championship game if anyone wants to see him.
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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    ...and Hamilton is hurt. Badly.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Hamilton slams into the wall hard in right center on a drive in the gap. Looks to be down with a back injury and in obvious pain. He's 2-5 with a triple in the game.
    This will not change until the Reds win the World Series.......

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    ...and Hamilton is hurt. Badly.

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    We have no clue how much he is hurt. He hit the wall, then ran after the ball and made a throw. He is still down, but I don't think he broke or tore anything in his leg.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Id say shoulder or back. His legs are fine.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    They seem to be checking the hip/upper leg area.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Maybe tailbone or something? Looks like he hit the fence square with his lower back/upper leg.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Quote Originally Posted by mattfeet View Post
    Maybe tailbone or something? Looks like he hit the fence square with his lower back/upper leg.
    Just exchanged idea on twitter with someone. Our guesses were bruised hip or bruised tailbone.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    To get back to something good from the game though, Josh Ravin threw 2 perfect innings with 3 ground outs and 3 strikeouts. Sat 97-98. Now has 2 walks and 13 strikeouts in 12.2 AFL innings.-

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    AWESOME play by another Reds' farmhand, Partch, flipping a squibber to the C to get an out at home with no outs. Wow.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Hamilton maybe bruised kidney? I could even see it being a rib injury.

    Agree that Ravin looked good. He should probably go on the 40 man.
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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Quote Originally Posted by lollipopcurve View Post
    Hamilton maybe bruised kidney? I could even see it being a rib injury.

    Agree that Ravin looked good. He should probably go on the 40 man.
    Announcers just said they are looking at a lower back injury. So Kidneys or ribs could be it.

    With Ravin, if he isn't protected, someone will take him. Dude hit 101 this fall. Someone will take a look at that in the spring if the Reds don't.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    mods: maybe change the title to relate to the injury? maybe sticky this?
    How, then, are those people of the future—who are taking steroids every day—going to look back on baseball players who used steroids? They're going to look back on them as pioneers. They're going to look back at it and say "So what?" - Bill James, Cooperstown and the 'Roids

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Not sure about the changing/stickying.... Hamilton, while an important prospect, is still a minor leaguer.

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    Re: Billy Hamilton on MLB network right now (Sat. 1:30 PT)

    Hamilton is on the field hugging all the guys after they won. My guess is, he is just really sore, but ultimately fine.


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