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Injuries

I think everyone has taken noticed that there have been quite a bit more injuries to our Rockies then in past years this season.  Lets take a closer look at some of these injuries:

Clint Barmes - Knee Sprain
Brad Hawpe - Hamstring Sprain
Matt Holliday - Hamstring Strain
Troy Tulowitzki - Quad Tear
Jeff Francis - Shoulder Imflamation
Todd Helton - Back Strain
and now Ryan Spillboughs.

It seems that we are having an unusually high number of injuries as of late, and most of them being sprains or strains one would think that our Training staff could be doing more in terms of stretching and workouts to help prevent some of these injuries.  I know in sports injuries are common, however this year seems to be hitting us more so then not... can we ask the Training staff just what the hell they are doing (or not doing) to cause all of these injuries?

Eat. Drink. Be Merry. But the above FanPost does not necessarily reflect the attitudes, opinions, or views of Purple Row's staff (unless, of course, it's written by the staff [and even then, it still might not]).

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