No, I meant vindicate. The "get over it" was directed at noble and others who insist that the Nationals have a competent/average medical staff. Unless they provide something tangible to back up that opinion, arguing against the internet is a pointless endeavor for the reasons I listed (availability heuristic, internet histrionics, etc.)
It's a pointless endeavor even WITH proof, but especially so without it
Ah, I see. I would like to note that I've never called our medical staff competent. But from what I've gotten from following other teams' injuries this kind of stuff DOES seem to happen all the time, not just to the Nats. Personally I don't see any evidence that points to our medical staff as being below average.
Further, the number of correctly predicted injury return timetables far outweighs the incorrect ones. Off the top of my head just from this season alone (dating back to ST) there has been Burnett, Bernadina, LaRoche, Ankiel, Wang* (actually ahead of schedule), Harper, Werth, and Espinosa who have had an injury of some sort and returned around their predicted time.
If I ever cared enough (which is a big if) I probably could make a more formal argument in favor of the Nats having at least an average medical staff, but that's really more work than it's worth considering it would most likely be ignored anyway.
I do find it interesting that you didn't call out those actually committing the fallacy to back their claim up, seems a little backward doesn't it?