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Yankees2017 asked in SportsBaseball · 2 months ago

Why are players these days so much more injury prone than ever before?

For example, the Yankees. A player could be simply walking to 1st base on ball 4 and then feel something like tightness in his hamstring. And then when they’re rehabbing, they get to be 95% ready to come back, then suffer a setback!

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Some players just want a vacation and they get it by faking injuries. Some athletes eat a bad diet that causes their bones to be brittle.

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  • 2 months ago

    They're not; it's that they're less willing to play through an injury.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Being complacent once getting paid in super super riches.

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  • 2 months ago

    They aren't injury prone ... they're lazy. More minorities than ever are in the major leagues and it's common knowledge that coloreds and Latinos hate to work, even when the job is playing a game that kids play for free. 

    So they feign an injury to sit out and collect a paycheck.

    Look at the 2 boys on the Wankers, Lurch Judge and Gianegro Stanton. Judge has averaged 123 games played for his career while Stanton has averaged 116. 

    They're lazy and unreliable. Players like them have ruined baseball.

    The game was much better when players were on 1 year contracts because they had to play, and play well, in order to get paid.

    Owners today shower lazy douche bags with riches and then hope they'll earn their money. They usually don't.

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  • 2 months ago

    Better conditioning higher salaries and the use of PED of opiates

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  • 2 months ago

    "For example, the Yankees." What about them?

    You did not provide an example. All you did was demonstrate a scenario.

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