LV Softball Series Thread - Georgia

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alexvol

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getting Ayala and Rogers back on the field at full strength would be a big help, and I am rooting for a sweep
Have you heard that Ayala will play this weekend ? Also have you heard the status of Rogers after that prolonged 24 pitch at bat last weekend.If have both Ayala and Rogers at full strength heath-wise ,things should come up all roses this weekend....especially if Rogers can pitch games on Friday and Sunday.
 
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Have you heard that Ayala will play this weekend ?
I have "heard" nothing -- I just have high hopes ---- the LVs play player status very close to the vest, apparently so as to not give their opponents any help --- personally, I preferred the old days when teams were very open and upfront about injuries and timetables for return, but I guess privacy rights trump any other consideration these days
 
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I have "heard" nothing -- I just have high hopes ---- the LVs play player status very close to the vest, apparently so as to not give their opponents any help --- personally, I preferred the old days when teams were very open and upfront about injuries and timetables for return, but I guess privacy rights trump any other consideration these days
Agree: The privacy thing has gotten a bit absurd. There are certainly cases in which privacy is warranted--say, if a player has a sensitive/serious problem beyond conventional injuries--but nowadays a lot of the injury silence is silly. Used to be if Jane sprained her ankle, a coach would say: "Yea, looks like Jane sprained an ankle and she could be out for a few days, maybe a week." Now, if Jane sprains an ankle, it's "shhhh--hush hush, can't say anything."
 
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