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    The Yandy Man with HRs #8 & 9 tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    The Yandy Man with HRs #8 & 9 tonight.
    9 matches his career best in the minors, which he hit in 2016. And he has around 30% of the AB he had that in 2016.

    Dramatically different hitter than he was before, clearly there was a swing change involved, adding more loft. Good to see.

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    This kid is snakebit:

    Rays' pitching prospect Brent Honeywell will miss the remainder of the 2019 season after fracturing a bone in his elbow during his bullpen session on Saturday.
    The 24-year-old hurler had been fighting his way back from Tommy John surgery and was expected to make an impact for the Rays in the second half of the season. Now, he'll undergo another surgery on Monday, which will also check on the integrity of the Tommy John repair. It's another tough break for an extremely talented young right-hander. The Rays will know more after Monday's surgery on a potential timeline for his return and just how much of the 2020 season he may be forced to miss.

    SOURCE: Marc Topkin on Twitter
    Jun 8, 2019, 5:23 PM ET

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    This kid is snakebit:

    Rays' pitching prospect Brent Honeywell will miss the remainder of the 2019 season after fracturing a bone in his elbow during his bullpen session on Saturday.
    The 24-year-old hurler had been fighting his way back from Tommy John surgery and was expected to make an impact for the Rays in the second half of the season. Now, he'll undergo another surgery on Monday, which will also check on the integrity of the Tommy John repair. It's another tough break for an extremely talented young right-hander. The Rays will know more after Monday's surgery on a potential timeline for his return and just how much of the 2020 season he may be forced to miss.

    SOURCE: Marc Topkin on Twitter
    Jun 8, 2019, 5:23 PM ET
    How do you fracture an elbow during a bullpen session?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    How do you fracture an elbow during a bullpen session?
    Ask Jarrod Parker. He did it twice before retiring

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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    How do you fracture an elbow during a bullpen session?
    I don't know any of the specifics around Honeywell, but one of the concerns around Tommy John surgery is that when you drill a hole into the bone to attach the new ligament, that weakens the bone.
    "There was nothing for him to do under the truck, but it's tough to blame him now that he is dead." -V.Erps 3/26/2005

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    Thanks Mike. I know what you meant but it sounds funny: “if you drill a hole it weakens the bone.” No kidding! In other news, if you drop a bucket of water on someone, they get wet!

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    Hope your gig is treating you well. You seem to be minting talent there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Seitzer View Post
    I don't know any of the specifics around Honeywell, but one of the concerns around Tommy John surgery is that when you drill a hole into the bone to attach the new ligament, that weakens the bone.
    Ok, that makes sense. Thanks.

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