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    Falsone is Gone

    Ramona Shelburne ‏@ramonashelburne 6m
    Dodgers trainer Sue Falsone is no longer with the organization
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    Maybe she was a scapegoat.

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    Scapegoat.

    Just as Don would have been had we not turned it around.

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    eehhh..well we did have a ridiculous amount of hammy/ leg injuries..I mean cmon..stretch and hydrate..I would wager we had the most hammy problems in the league under her tenure.

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    Interesting and not surprised. Lakers/Phoenix Suns where the best are at.

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    Not surprised... We had so many injuries this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerfan87 View Post
    Not surprised... We had so many injuries this season.
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    what about the other chick? are they gonna bring a whole new training staff?

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    The Suns have a magical training staff. They are where dead knees to go be reborn. I had thought for a while that the Dodgers needed a new trainer, they had a ridiculous number of lame injuries this season. Stuff that shouldnt have kept players out for multiple days let alone months.

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    Were those female trainers barred from the locker room while the players were changing or taking showers?

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    she became head trainer in 2011

    Nuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post
    Were those female trainers barred from the locker room while the players were changing or taking showers?
    Trainers generally have their own offices that are part of the locker room and not entirely out of view of it, but off to the side enough to where neither trainer nor player is really in view of one another unless they are specifically looking at one another. My HS had a female trainer and it was a non issue.

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    There was a lot of hammy issues, but these are big boys, they can and have the ability to take care of themselves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tymathee View Post
    she became head trainer in 2011

    Nuff said.
    Why is it that when people say 'nuff said', it's hardly ever enough said


    In 2010 the Dodgers lost almost 800 days to the DL. That was the 14th most
    In 2011 the Dodgers lost about 1150 days to the DL. That was the 2nd most
    In 2012 the Dodgers lost about 1150 days to the DL. That was the 7th most.

    That looks pretty terrible for Falsone

    but

    From 2002-2011, mostly before Falsone got there, the Dodgers were 4th in the most days spent on the DL.

    The Dodgers lost more time to the DL than most teams before Falsone became head trainer as well as after. Hard to pin that solely on her.

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