Whats up with Baker
Posted 07 April 2012 - 11:41 AM
Posted 07 April 2012 - 11:46 AM
Posted 07 April 2012 - 12:02 PM
Posted 07 April 2012 - 12:13 PM
No one seems to be able to figure out what the problem is and that seems to be causing a lot of frustration.
This seems to be the tagline of the Twins training staff.
Posted 07 April 2012 - 12:18 PM
My question is what is meant by "there doesnt appear to be enough structural damage" does that mean there is some structural damage, but not enough to have surgery or what does it mean. If someone has some insight on this I would appreciate it. Seems very cryptic to me cause to me he either has structural damage or he doesn't. There should not be a gray area as either there is something wrong or there isn't so I am curious what is going on.
I think that picking the mind of the Twins' staff and trainers is a futile exercise.
That said, reading between the lines and knowing enough of that crap, "not enough" damage means some damage. And since we are talking about an MRI that can tell things like tears, fractures, punctures, foreign objects and tumors but not things like "tentonitis", "strain" or "inflammation" (at least orthopedic & tissue inflammation), we are talking for either bone, tendon, ligament or muscle damage. What is "enough" to do "what", is up in the Twins' medical and front office staff heads.
Truth of the matter is that there is something wrong with Baker's elbow area. Hope we hear more about that. And another truth is that (as the Twins' said) this something wrong has been there since July of 2011 and they practically have been sitting on their collective rear ends.
Enough about accountability.
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