Nalbone: Broken Bone For David Adams

Kudos to yudos, John Nalbone, for finally getting to the bottom of the David Adams mystery.  The veteran Thunder scribe reports after speaking to Mark Newman that Adams suffered a previously undetected fracture in his foot and has been shut down.  Read John’s blog — which you should be doing anyway — for more.

Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

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7 Responses to “Nalbone: Broken Bone For David Adams”

  1. Yankees Notes: A Laugher, Posada, Aceves, Johnson, Adams, and Kahnle | Bronx Baseball Daily Says:

    […] David Adams hasn’t been out for over two months with a sprained foot, it’s actually broken. […]

  2. Joe Says:

    why have they hid that the whole year?

    • jdb316 Says:

      Probably because they had hoped to trade him this year and didn’t want a prospective trade partner to think he was damaged goods.

  3. thunderbaseball Says:

    Who knows…but I learned my lesson from last year and won’t really dig into that aspect of it.

    There is an interesting element to it, and that’s likely something I’ll address in my pre-game notes…I know for a fact that Adams had a physical with the Mariners. I wonder if it took them examining him to uncover it.

  4. whiteycat Says:

    Sounds like bad doctors or … a cover-up!

  5. Kathy Says:

    BAD DOCTORS!!! He had no idea his ankle was broken.

  6. Denise Says:

    It is sad that the Doctors and trainers weren’t more diligent – to rule out the possibility of a broken ankle. Something so serious than might have caused further damage to the mucsles, bones, ligaments, tendons, and tissues. He must have been in a lot of pain. OUCH!!!!!!

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