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(Sportsnet)   Tampa Bay Rays pitcher doesn't even make it to the mound before joining the team's lengthy injury list. Wait, make that pitching COACH   ( divider line
    More: Weird, Baseball, Major League Baseball, coach Kyle Snyder, American League, calf muscle, Detroit Tigers, ace Shane McClanahan, Tampa Bay Rays  
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446 clicks; posted to Sports » on 07 Aug 2022 at 1:55 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-08-07 2:13:38 PM  
Now we've come full circle... Yeah, it's disturbing as fark to watch Theisman's leg bend, fold, and then snap in half, but Jesus, this is pretty benign, sure like to actually see what happened.
2022-08-07 3:03:38 PM  
It was hot and humid, a weather condition they are probably not familiar with in Tampa.  He was probably dehydrated and low on electrolytes and cramped up.  Hurts like hell.  Electrolytes, it's what calfs crave.
2022-08-07 6:10:37 PM  
Every time Cholly Manuel trudged to the mound, Cleveland fans would hold our breath hoping he would make it there and back.   He was in rough shape.
2022-08-07 7:05:42 PM  
44, huh? I threw out my back making the bed the other day. Last week I emptied a storage locker full of heavy boxes (mostly books) and powered right through with no problem, this week leaning slightly awkwardly put me on the shelf. What a drag it is, getting old.
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