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By the way, what is Nolan's injury ???
Left fielder Nolan Reimold was held out of the starting lineup Wednesday as Trembley continues to try to spell the rookie to rest his sore left leg. Reimold has been getting regular treatment on his Achilles tendon since last year, and also has had some pain behind his knee that he thinks is a result of overcompensating for the injury.

"It's nothing that is going to keep me off the field," Reimold said.



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I think its just your interpretations of how hard they are playing.

When they aren't hitting well, that doesn't necessarily mean they aren't playing hard.

I won't get into the consistent baserunning and other mental gaffes they have been making lately, but I didn't reach a conclusion, I just posed a question. I was wondering if they might have stamina issues because compared to the last week or so, they seem more dialed in, a little more tight in the field and at the plate.

This of course is the case after a day of rest.

Just idle speculation...


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