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    Is Hogland now a Sunday guy?

    I guess Diamond started for the bears tonight. What is going on?


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    Hogland started and faced five batters giving up 3 earned runs and Diamond took over in the 1st


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    Hoglund is injured. Major concern for their postseason chances (lol), especially considering that their bullpen is steaming garbage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUDC11 View Post
    Hoglund is injured. Major concern for their postseason chances (lol), especially considering that their bullpen is steaming garbage.
    Forearm tightness, loss of command ... leading indicator of need for TJ surgery.

    Main ways to treat is either total rest or season ending surgery.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BiscuitEater View Post
    Forearm tightness, loss of command ... leading indicator of need for TJ surgery.

    Main ways to treat is either total rest or season ending surgery.
    Once TJ damage is done, it's hard to reverse it. Probably impossible. That's why, as a coach, you have to watch pitch counts. You can't be the guy that people point towards, even if the damage was actually done in travel ball years before that and 'the last straw' happened on your watch.

    Ever notice how Lemonis never took the heat for Smith or Ginn? Because he kept pitch counts in check. Going over 110, in any case, is stupidity. 100 should always be the limit, give or take.


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    Hoglund done for the weekend. Diamond threw 4.0 yesterday. Miller 2.2. They will let Nikhazy throw 120 today if he can.


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    Nikhazy at 111 pitches in a 12-2 game. #112 leaves the yard and Blanco pulls him.


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    Nikhazy’s 112th and last pitch was a two-run homer. They go to the pen and the next guy gives up a homer to his first batter. Rebels still in control though. 12-5.


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