Twins' Justin Morneau still out, like...

Twins' Justin Morneau still out, likely to miss start of next road ...

There are 7 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jul 19, 2010, titled Twins' Justin Morneau still out, likely to miss start of next road .... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Toronto Blue Jays' John McDonald,left, checks on Minnesota Twins Justin Morneau after the pair collided at second base after Twins' Michael Cuddyear grounded into fielders choice during eighth inning baseball action in Toronto Wednesday, July 7, 2010.

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Since: Sep 08

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jul 19, 2010
they play better without him, look at the last month of last season

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Since: Jan 09

Grand Rapids, MN

#2 Jul 19, 2010
I hope Justin takes all the time he needs. His welfare after baseball is more important than any game. Head injuries are notr like a broken bone where healing is X number of weeks. Look at Corie Coskie or the Wild player who have symtoms months after the injury. Plus, Oxboro ought to hang them up. His comments fail the smell test.
Walter

Hopkins, MN

#3 Jul 19, 2010
No playoff without Morneau. It's that simple.

These concussions are exceptionally serious, especially for pro athletes. "We" can all avoid flying for a month or two, pro athletes cannot ply their trade that way.

I remember that play sliding into second, and it really didn't seem like that hard a hit. Justin's temple must have hit that shortstops' knee on the button. Bad thing for the Twins to lose the MVP.
Rhino

Newton, IA

#4 Jul 19, 2010
It's too bad. Morneau had a real shot at his second MVP award this season. Now Twins look like they could be in trouble.

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Brad

Tucson, AZ

#5 Jul 20, 2010
"Matt Tolbert's recovery from a broken middle finger on his right hand has slowed, and Gardenhire said the infielder will need a minor league rehab assignment before he plays in the big leagues again."

uuuhhh why? Tolbert is another perfect example of Gardenhire's foolish favoritism. Tolbert has no business being in the majors. Send him on the rehab assignment and forget him down there.
Mike

Wadena, MN

#6 Jul 20, 2010
Joe won't be the closer next year. It'll take most of the year to get back to where he needs to be. Need an example? Liriano and Neshek. Pat thought he was coming right back to pick up where he left off. He's in the minors and doesn't look like he'll be back anytime soon.
jackscott

New London, WI

#7 Jul 20, 2010
Trade Morneau, he is hurt all the time and they do about the same with or without him

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