Tag Archives: Curtis Granderson

Predicting the 2013 Baseball Season

The 2013 baseball season, which opens on April Fools’ Day, promises to make a fool of all prognosticators. Nothing new in this. How could one imagine the Fall Classic when spring has barely sprung? To make things even a little … Continue reading

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Late Spring-training Trade

I’m not sure if the cricket world is filled with “trades.” In the Major League Baseball world, teams regularly trade one player for another. As reported, Curtis Granderson has an oblique-muscle injury. He thinks he is 50-50 for opening day, … Continue reading

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Oblique Baseball

Not that I’m an expert on human anatomy, but until the 1990s had anyone even heard of the oblique muscle(s)? It’s the “in injury,” the fashionable injury this oblique. The Yankees already have a problem when Curtis Granderson injured his … Continue reading

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