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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Just to twist the knife a bit more, Raisel Iglesias was named AL Reliever of the Month for July.
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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

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    John Axford is back with the Brewers. He will be in uniform and active tonight. The Brewers acquired him from the Blue Jays for cash, per club.

    Axford, all-time franchise leader in saves for single season (46 in 2011), will again wear his No. 59 with Pat Murphy switching to 00.

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    https://wkow.com/2021/08/02/hader-ad...active-roster/
    [/QUOTE]In a tweet Monday afternoon, the Brewers said the All-Star closer Josh Hader is now on the COVID-19 injured list, joining fellow relievers Jake Cousins, Hunter Strickland and Jandel Gustave, along with two-time MVP Christian Yelich.

    Despite these significant losses, the Brewers have won seven of their last nine games and are still in pole position to make the playoffs.

    Additionally, shortly after acquiring him from the Toronto Blue Jays for cash, the Brewers added former closer John Axford to the active roster. [/QUOTE]

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    IMO I think Tatis Jr. unfortunately may be done for the year....or at least from a medical standpoint he SHOULD be. This is his 4th shoulder subluxation this year in 5 months (he had one in preseason as well). At some point you are jeopardizing his career by continuing without surgical repair. Every time you dislocate/sublux the shoulder you are potentially making it more difficult to repair the anterior/inferior labrum which is the structure that is injured with this. Think about it like driving on balding tires. That being said I wouldn't be shocked if he comes back as he is the heart and soul of the Padres team no doubt.

    If he does decide to continue I would at least advise him to stop diving for balls and stop sliding in so much as that is possible or even feasible. Hell..put him at first base if he is that important. Seriously...
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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by DocRed View Post
    IMO I think Tatis Jr. unfortunately may be done for the year....or at least from a medical standpoint he SHOULD be. This is his 4th shoulder subluxation this year in 5 months (he had one in preseason as well). At some point you are jeopardizing his career by continuing without surgical repair. Every time you dislocate/sublux the shoulder you are potentially making it more difficult to repair the anterior/inferior labrum which is the structure that is injured with this. Think about it like driving on balding tires. That being said I wouldn't be shocked if he comes back as he is the heart and soul of the Padres team no doubt.

    If he does decide to continue I would at least advise him to stop diving for balls and stop sliding in so much as that is possible or even feasible. Hell..put him at first base if he is that important. Seriously...
    That’s my thing so far as “wishing for an injury.”

    He’s being reckless for all I can see. Am I supposed to hope it pays off for him, which will negatively affect the Reds?

    Just get the surgery FTJ.

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Gerritt Cole positive for C19.

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion

    On this date in 1989 Rickey Henderson went 0-0 with 5 SB and 4 runs scored

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion

    Also on this date in 1987 Eric Davis joined the 30/30 club

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
    Because of what they gave up or because Heaney gives up HRs like the 00s Reds starting rotation?
    The second one.


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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongVerb View Post
    Just to twist the knife a bit more, Raisel Iglesias was named AL Reliever of the Month for July.
    3 years, 12M$ per this winter - terrible trade by the Reds, might be ahead of the Brewers right now with him.

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
    On this date in 1989 Rickey Henderson went 0-0 with 5 SB and 4 runs scored
    Base clogger.
    Go Gators!

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Nothing happening in Milwaukee. Bad guys on the wrong end.
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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongVerb View Post
    Nothing happening in Milwaukee. Bad guys on the wrong end.
    As bad as the Reds loss was yesterday, the Brewers loss was even worse.

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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Now the Dodgers are signing Cole Hamels. Has their payroll hit $1 billion yet?
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    Re: 2021 MLB In-Season General Discussion Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by WildcatFan View Post
    Now the Dodgers are signing Cole Hamels. Has their payroll hit $1 billion yet?
    They are really banking on the luxury tax going away.
    Go Gators!


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