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  1. #1
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    Yankees 1B Greg 'Bye Bye' Birdy to have surgery on his right ankle

    Multiple reports coming out that he is.

    Guess that 'anonymous source' is more of an idiot, now.

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    Good. Get it over with. Come back strong in the spring.

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    Minimum recovery time of 6 weeks. Probably won't see him again this season with recovery and then rehab.

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    All bc of one fkn foul ball. Hope he comes back strong next year.

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    Yankees 1B Greg 'Bye Bye' Birdy to have surgery on his right ankle

    In the other thread I mentioned surgery and got blasted for it. Let the guy take his time to recover. He is not needed this season this was the rebuild year or at least the Yankee version of rebuild.
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    Yankees’ Greg Bird: ‘My season is not over’ after undergoing ankle surgery

    Greg Bird vows that you haven't seen the last of him this season.

    The injured Yankees first baseman said as much after undergoing what he termed "successful" surgery to remove the os trigonum in his right ankle, a lingering spring-training injury that has limited him to just 19 games — and one home run — this season.

    "My season is not over," Bird said in a statement released Tuesday morning by his agent Jim Murray. "I plan to do everything in my power to return and help our team win in 2017."

    Bird, who also missed all of 2016 following shoulder surgery, has been sidelined since May 1 with ankle problems. He initially suffered the injury late in spring training after fouling a ball off of that area of his leg but continued playing, batting just .100 (6-for-60) with one home run before landing on the disabled list.

    Greg Bird will have ankle surgery, expects to need six-week rehab

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/ba...icle-1.3335218
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    Whatever. Get him healthy and ready to go. 2018 and on for him

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    His 6 weeks recovery time brings him to the end of August. Is it so inconceivable that he could get some playing time in September, October, November (World Series baby)?

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    Would absolutely love to see him get playing time in Oct.- Nov. I don't care how he feels or plays.
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    And at least a month to get MLB ready. AZ fall league at best.

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