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    Hefner May Need T.J. Surgery

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    Jeremy Hefner seeing another specialist Monday. May need Tommy John surgery.


    Grip it and rip it Warthen has done it again!

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    Get him out of here before he ruins more arms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Adam Rubin ‏@AdamRubinESPN 1m
    Jeremy Hefner seeing another specialist Monday. May need Tommy John surgery.


    Grip it and rip it Warthen has done it again!
    lol

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    Now it really is Beltran fault.



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    Good thing the Mets have depth.

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    Only a flash in the pan pitcher anyway.

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    Feel sorry for the guy. It looked like he at least worked his way to something of a major league role, as a long-man or spot starter.

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    After the rehab, he'll come back sitting at 94 mph.

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    Hefner May Need T.J. Surgery

    Why are you baiting a poster that doesn't post here?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    After the rehab, he'll come back sitting at 94 mph.
    Link?

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    This sucks, but it's not like it's is a major blow to the big picture plan. I really like Hefner, though, so regardless of what happens I hope things turn out well for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Mcfly View Post
    Only a flash in the pan pitcher anyway.
    Probably true, but that little run he went on earlier this summer sure was exciting. I'd still love to have him as a swing guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Mcfly View Post
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    I think he may have been referring to how a lot of guys come back from TJ now throwing just as hard or harder than they were beforehand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Mcfly View Post
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    Many pitchers say they come back throwing harder. In some cases the rigor of the rehabilitation and strength training might give them additional velocity. Also, since the ligament is new and no longer stretched out, they are able to throw harder. The scientific evidence on this is mixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    Many pitchers say they come back throwing harder. In some cases the rigor of the rehabilitation and strength training might give them additional velocity. Also, since the ligament is new and no longer stretched out, they are able to throw harder. The scientific evidence on this is mixed.

    Oh, so you don't know whether he will or not, thanks for clearing that up.

    Has Sandy gone after Giancarlo Stanton yet? You were pretty certain he would.

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