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7 hours ago, loro1991 said:

Eno Sarris and Paul Sporer say buy 

 

All aboard!

 

Sporer's a bit of a mush.

 

I like Eno but he's more reliable when it comes to pitchers.

 

I like Dozier anyways, just saying I wouldn't take those two as gospel. Especially Sporer.

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On the royals broadcast recently, they were talking about how he gives himself a "hit" for things like a productive out, 8+ pitch AB, certain statcast measurements, in addition to his normal hits, and

You guys are going to stress the crap out of yourselves if you read into month to month splits of almost any metric.

Ill eat my foot

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They may not be related, but Hunter is making Brian look like a little leaguer in comparison so far this season.  Hit the game winning HR in the 10th...

Their Twitter account forced the actual video into a thread on Twitter, so sorry for it being a little large there...

 

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Hopefully this isnt anything major.

 

 
by RotoWire Staff
(27 mins ago) Dozier is dealing with back stiffness, Jeffrey Flanagan of MLB.com reports.

This explains why Dozier is starting at designated hitter for a second consecutive game. The issue doesn't appear to be anything too bothersome, as the 27-year-old managed to leave the yard for his sixth home run of the season Sunday.

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3 hours ago, herschel said:

Hopefully this isnt anything major.

 

 
by RotoWire Staff
(27 mins ago) Dozier is dealing with back stiffness, Jeffrey Flanagan of MLB.com reports.

This explains why Dozier is starting at designated hitter for a second consecutive game. The issue doesn't appear to be anything too bothersome, as the 27-year-old managed to leave the yard for his sixth home run of the season Sunday.

 

Looks fine to me

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Hoping so too. I get a stiff back from time to time but rarely spasms so not sure it's severity. But I don't think spasms usually stick around for long, so hoping he gets back in there soon. He's been killing it so we need him.

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10 hours ago, terminator10 said:

Could be precautionary too. Already had back issues coming in, left after hitting a HR (not taking a bad swing or diving awkwardly, etc.), maybe they thought 3 ABs were good enough for the day

 

As bigbossman said, he was grimacing a bit rounding the bases and looked pretty stiff.  But the fact that he was rounding the bases because he just launched another bomb has me optimistic he just needs to rest a few days.

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Hunter Dozier (back) is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Rays.

Dozier was pulled from Monday's game with lower back spasms and will need another day to rest. Lucas Duda will serve as the designated hitter and Chris Owings will play third base.

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