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Time to grab and stash. I dropped Schwarber for him yesterday. Word out of NY is that he's gonna take Headley's spot once healthy. He had to have xrays over the weekend but they were negative. He's the next hot SS that will hit the bigs soon. Get on board now!!! 

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1 hour ago, The Gridiron Assassin said:

Time to grab and stash. I dropped Schwarber for him yesterday. Word out of NY is that he's gonna take Headley's spot once healthy. He had to have xrays over the weekend but they were negative. He's the next hot SS that will hit the bigs soon. Get on board now!!! 

 

You jinxed him.

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11 minutes ago, The Gridiron Assassin said:

Well son of a bi***. ... Can I DL him? (ESPN)

As far as I know the "DL" designation the ESPN refers to is only the MLB DL designation, not the MiLB designation. He will just be "DTD"....

 

Lol, this is devistating. I now have to rely on Story figuring it out consistently or The Terrible Organization known as the Mets to call up Rosario.

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13 minutes ago, Dark Kn19ht said:

As far as I know the "DL" designation the ESPN refers to is only the MLB DL designation, not the MiLB designation. He will just be "DTD"....

 

Lol, this is devistating. I now have to rely on Story figuring it out consistently or The Terrible Organization known as the Mets to call up Rosario.

 

Same here man, same here. Really sucks...I thought he was a sure thing for my roster.

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1 hour ago, Dark Kn19ht said:

Whats the likely hood that he'll be back ready for Spring Training? Is the recovery 1 yr avg. typically for everyone? Or just pitchers mostly?

Torres, thankfully, throws with his right hand, so the rehab process will not be as extensive for him as it would be for a pitcher. At the moment the Yankees expect him to be ready for spring training in 2018.

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19 hours ago, StevoSupremo89 said:

Torres, thankfully, throws with his right hand, so the rehab process will not be as extensive for him as it would be for a pitcher. At the moment the Yankees expect him to be ready for spring training in 2018.

 

4 hours ago, absknicks said:

 

100%. 

 

Thanks guys. I just assumed it was his throwing arm I guess.

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