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Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.
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Vlad Guerrero Jr. Jumper’s knee, also described as a strained patellar tendon, is a fairly common injury. The Blue Jays are resting him for one month. The damage is minor and is the type of injury most players would grind through during close wildcard battles. He’s 19, and this feels

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The History Urias made his major league debut as a 19-year-old and posted a 3.39 ERA across 23 1/3 innings with over a strikeout per inning in 2016. The following season he found himself back in AAA after a rocky start to 2017 in the big-league rotation. After a few

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Clayton Kershaw The biceps tendonitis that led to Kershaw’s DL placement has nothing to do with this article. In fact, I believe the Dodgers are using the DL to give him a breather. Such an injury would usually warrant rest, not a clean MRI & resuming throwing the next day

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Let’s make one thing clear: the human shoulder and elbow were not designed to pitch. Period, end of sentence. Because it’s such an unnatural activity, recovery from injuries to the throwing shoulder take a very long time.  Jimmy Nelson injured his throwing shoulder diving back into first-base, and later surgery

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