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The thoughts over in the Bell thread about Spoone needing to make up for lost time got me thinking: how much progress vs. regress can we look for from a player who has spent a LOT of time on the shelf? And how does the organization go about maximizing learning opportunities for such players?

I know that when I lay down my guitar for a month or so, I come back playing some techniques better than I had in the past while I am a little clumsier with the basics. Is this similar with a pitcher/position player?

I know that a lot is dependent upon the status of physical recovery, but wondered if anybody had any insights.

Many thanks.

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