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Reusse opion Liriano has Tommy John back in 2008

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Thats what the Oat meal a** said on Garage Logic. He said looks just like Joe Mays did Little fore arm pain,rest then Elbow and rehab it and then OUCH. I hope not but all we can do is hope for the best.

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Completely speculation. I think he's just trying to make people listen to him. The guy has elbow pain..."Oh, it must be Tommy John!". smirk.gif

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From what I know no MRI results have been released and ESPN and Reusse are already talking Tommy John. Lets here the results of the MRI first.

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Patrick Reusse is the biggest *^(*&*& (Contact Us Please) in the Twin Cities sports scene. If there's a negative angle on something, true or false, he'll find it & try to hammer it home.

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That was yesterday's news before the MRI results came in showing no tears.

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Like I said, completely speculation. What does this guy think...he's a doctor? Has he ever had it before? Did God give him the message? Obviously not. That's one thing I hate about todays reporting. Something happens and everyone jumps to conclusions, many times which are false or untrue. I don't know Reusse much at all, but is he a columnist? If so, he must have been desperate for readers.

Person: "My head hurts"

Reusse: "Oh, you must have a brain tumor or are having a stroke!"

Person: "No, I just drank too much beer last night" tongue.gif

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I don't like Reusse, but he is still better than "my good friend" Sid....he is a putz

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MRI's don't mean Jack...... unfortunately Reusse is probably right.... frown.gif

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