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Just do it for Rendon already. We know it's coming.
And that would be a -Why do you know it's coming? Please explain.....
Everyone knows it's coming. They'll wait till October though and he'll miss the first few months of next year because of it though.
What is coming -shoulder surgery-a lobotomy -what? So he has shoulder problems?
Dude, CatsEye, he was drafted with a bum shoulder, mostly DH'ed this year. No surprises.
Hey, some of us(like me), aren't up on all the current/latest information like you...Thanks.
Any reports on Hague's status? Last I saw, he was in extended spring. the google does not turn up much.
I still think his shoulder is all messed up.
Do you have a source? Not trying to be a smart-ass just thought he like Purke and others are in extended spring training to build up strength. Why doesn't someone cover extended spring for us guys ? is Brian at NFA reviving his blog?
Because it would be extremely boring for that person. Just sitting in the bleachers in Florida every morning to watch guys work out and then play a game at 1 p.m. and have the rest of the day off.
And those aren't real games to begin with. Players can reenter the game or bat leadoff every inning, or only hit or have a 12 man batting order. They are in essence, pick up games.
Is Brian at NFA reviving his blog?
Lacy Lusk @lacyluskSpeaking of #Nats extended spring training, I stopped by there on Friday and SS Rick Hague looks all the way healed after shoulder surgery.
Lacy Lusk @lacylusk... Hague, who hit .357/.438/.714 in 4G at Potomac in 2011 before being hurt on a slide, says he's expecting to go to an affiliate any day.
Adam Kilgore @AdamKilgoreWPSS Rick Hague, Nats third-rounder in 2010, will make his season debut at Potomac today after starting the year on the DL.
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