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13 hours ago, atomic said:

Elias will be fired in 4 years and the Orioles will still be in last place.  The announcers on ESPN today were talking about how Elias' plan isn't going to work anymore.  They said back when the Astro's started rebuild there were like 5 teams with big analytics departments and now just about every team has huge departments.   Elias is going to fail.  He was bad at drafting with the Astros. But I guess in 4 years when the Orioles are still a laughing stock and Elias is fired it won't be any good to be proven right.  

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1 hour ago, Triple Crown said:

I tried to start a thread on a possible injury to a big Oriole prospect, what happened?

I feel your pain.

I think we'd know pretty soon if he's really hurt. I think he'll probably be fine though. 

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20 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

Well, Diaz really needed to go back to AA for the third year in a row.

Top prospects generally repeat levels right?

Between this and the Hays thread you seem to be implying these guys wouldn’t get nicked up if they weren’t in the minors. I’m not sure that suggestion holds water logically. 

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3 hours ago, Hank Scorpio said:

Diaz has been out of the lineup for at least three games... did I miss something?

He's on the 7-day #MiLB IL for what is reported as a left hamstring injury

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16 hours ago, cboemmeljr said:

He's on the 7-day #MiLB IL for what is reported as a left hamstring injury

It's been a tough go this season after such a nice Spring Training. Hopefully this won't be a lost year.

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5 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

It's been a tough go this season after such a nice Spring Training. Hopefully this won't be a lost year.

Yea, he's one of the biggest disappointments for me so far in the first month.  I was pumped after the strong spring.  Hope he can turn it around and see some ML action in September.

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5 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

It's been a tough go this season after such a nice Spring Training. Hopefully this won't be a lost year.

Typically this is a two week injury. 

I do remember in 2017 a hamstring injury kept Mullins out for close to two months, if I recall correctly. Depends on the severity I suppose.  

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On 4/29/2019 at 5:42 PM, ChuckS said:

Typically this is a two week injury. 

I do remember in 2017 a hamstring injury kept Mullins out for close to two months, if I recall correctly. Depends on the severity I suppose.  

 

11 hours ago, LookinUp said:

Still no word on when he's returning, right? It's been over 3 weeks with a pulled hammy.

Depends on the severity, like Chuck said. The good news is, they didn't say anything about surgery, so it isn't the most severe one. 

If it's a Grade 2 (second most severe), it'll still be a bit and then rehab.

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