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Cano Gonna Hit The Dl?


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gowazzu02

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I figure todays the day to #@$ or get off the pot.  With the new 10 day dl.  We can retro active him what last Wednesday?  Man speaking of which,  he left the game early on Tues....then immediately came back in on the get away early game.  Played,  went 4-4 but hasn't played since.....couldn't believe they played him.....

 

back on point.  If he's not back today, you gotta dl him and bring someone up to the 25 man right?  Even is he just needs another day or two.  Rest him until fri or sat whenever he could come off. 


Edited by gowazzu02, 15 May 2017 - 10:56 AM.

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I figure todays the day to #@$ or get off the pot.  With the new 10 day dl.  We can retro active him what last Wednesday?  Man speaking of which,  he left the game early on Tues....then immediately came back in on the get away early game.  Played,  went 4-4 but hasn't played since.....couldn't believe they played him.....

 

back on point.  If he's not back today, you gotta dl him and bring someone up to the 25 man right?  Even is he just needs another day or two.  Rest him until fri or sat whenever he could come off. 

Did you see what this team accomplish this last weekend without him?

 

While I agree with you that if he can't play we need someone else to use his spot, perhaps another pitcher might be the option.

 

But if he can play already he needs to be in the lineup.  It was just an awful weekend at Canada watching our guys fail and fail to drive in the many runners we had on base.  It was not that we didn't have opportunities, it was a matter of bringing them up.

 

And what's with Haniger?  And Paxton?  And Kuma?

 

I thought they said that we were having many of them back for the homestand.  I heard that Félix suffered a set back, but what about the others?


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And what's with Haniger?  And Paxton?  And Kuma?

 

I thought they said that we were having many of them back for the homestand.  I heard that Félix suffered a set back, but what about the others?

 

If you read between the lines of the reports it's always a bit hazy on when they'll come back. Lots of talk about them "doing pretty well" but it seems to me they're thinking about Haniger and Paxton coming back around the end of this month - not this week, maybe the week after, but possibly the week after that.

 

Who knows when Felix is coming back - mid-June at best?


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Did you see what this team accomplish this last weekend without him?

 

While I agree with you that if he can't play we need someone else to use his spot, perhaps another pitcher might be the option.

 

But if he can play already he needs to be in the lineup.  It was just an awful weekend at Canada watching our guys fail and fail to drive in the many runners we had on base.  It was not that we didn't have opportunities, it was a matter of bringing them up.

 

And what's with Haniger?  And Paxton?  And Kuma?

 

I thought they said that we were having many of them back for the homestand.  I heard that Félix suffered a set back, but what about the others?

 

 

Thank goodness I was busy this weekend and didn't see much of the games.  But I will say, offense wasn't as good as it looked in Philly, and not as bad as it looked in Toronto.

 

Hopefully they win tonight and we'll feel alot better tomorrow.


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And what's with Haniger?  And Paxton?  And Kuma?

 

I thought they said that we were having many of them back for the homestand.  I heard that Félix suffered a set back, but what about the others?

 

I heard Paxton and Haniger are progressing and Kuma is not. Kuma is likely out 4 to 6 weeks?


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Now I read that they say they expect Haniger for the next road trip.  So according to the logic they have using lately, this means that by early June he'll be back.

 

http://m.mariners.ml...turn-next-week/


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Yep. Retroactive to the 13th. Boog back up.
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Bummer....


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Yep. Retroactive to the 13th. Boog back up.

 

And there we go.  Surprised it's only to the 13th?  He hasn't played since 9th..... Quad injury worse then let on?


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Did you see what this team accomplish this last weekend without him?

 

While I agree with you that if he can't play we need someone else to use his spot, perhaps another pitcher might be the option.

 

But if he can play already he needs to be in the lineup.  It was just an awful weekend at Canada watching our guys fail and fail to drive in the many runners we had on base.  It was not that we didn't have opportunities, it was a matter of bringing them up.

 

And what's with Haniger?  And Paxton?  And Kuma?

 

I thought they said that we were having many of them back for the homestand.  I heard that Félix suffered a set back, but what about the others?

I'm hoping that the lack of offense during the Toronto series was either random coincidence or something guys like Cruz, Seager and Segura just needed to adjust to.  There was more than one game during there that they just would not give anything hittable to Cruz.  Thankfully, Seager has started to get his power stroke, so that's helped.

 

The Oakland series seems to indicate one of those two.


Edited by Dag Gummit, 18 May 2017 - 12:09 PM.

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