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What determines whether a player goes on a rehab assignment or not?


Torridd

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14 minutes ago, Make Angels Great Again said:

When the team and player feels they've been out of game action long enough to need to get back into a rhythm/get their timing?

 

Seems pretty obvious.

But isn't part of the healing process hitting, running and catching? I assume that's what's Walsh is doing. He's been out two weeks. How long do you need to be out to be "rusty?"   

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8 minutes ago, Torridd said:

But isn't part of the healing process hitting, running and catching? I assume that's what's Walsh is doing. He's been out two weeks. How long do you need to be out to be "rusty?"   

 

I'm just gonna assume each player is different in regards to their level of comfort jumping right back into games. Some are better to adjust than others.

 

Sometimes it's obvious to everyone when they would need some time, like Trout.

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1 hour ago, Make Angels Great Again said:

There's no "rule" or sliding scale that says if you've missed x amount of games then you rehab for x amount of games to compensate. It's evaluated on an individual basis.

So you're saying it's up to the player?

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So we’re saying the supposed best player in the game should have a few outings at AA or AAA in case what, he strike outs a few times in his first few games back? Or is it the running down a fly ball in the minors is easier? 🤦‍♂️

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