|“But the trainer is doing everything in his power, everything in the staff’s power to get the players on the field as quickly as possible so that they can do what they do best.|
|"Kumar Rocker is healthy according to independent medical review by multiple prominent baseball orthopedic surgeons," his representative, Scott Boras, said in a statement. "Immediately upon conclusion of his collegiate season, he had an MRI on both his shoulder and his elbow. When compared with his 2018 MRIs, the medical experts found no significant change. Kumar requires no medical attention and will continue to pitch in the regular course as he prepares to begin his professional career."|
| or maybe I should draw a picture.
My question was, isn't it very possibly the same doctors who came up with Syndergaard's rehab plan and return to throwing (that you did not trust) that examined Rocker (who you do trust).
or you just blame trainers when it suits you because you think a physical therapist or a trainer or coordinator would be left to make such important decisions as to a player returning from TJS.
And your quote about trainers trying to get players back on the field as soon as possible...isn't that their job?
Strange point to make and strange discussion, seems like any time I post something you launch into a diatribe about why you disagree.
I just don't have the time, energy, or desire to respond today. especially when I do not believe you are discussing it in good faith (for whatever reason) and no idea why you would mock that, but whatever.