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October 15, 2010

BP’s Ben Lindbergh looks into the time spent on the DL more

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ October 15, 2010 3:25 am
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Lindbergh @ BP:

… If Schneider has the magic touch, he must be among the most valuable non-players in the game; the head trainer has served the Sox in that capacity since 1979, but since our records go no further than 2002, we can’t check to see whether the long-tenured Schneider’s success predates Cooper’s arrival. For what it’s worth, pitcher DL days and position player DL days were weakly correlated at the team level during the 2002-10 period, with an r of .32, though that could reflect common approaches to injury treatment more so than similar incidences of injury occurrence. …

October 14, 2010

Herm Schneider wins another ‘DL Cup’

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ October 14, 2010 1:50 pm
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Days players spent on the DL in 2010:

March 3, 2010

Will Carrol’s Sox team health report

Caroll:

The Comeback: Almost no one comes back from plantar fasciitis. The one big exception? Pujols. Of course, he’s not human, and Quentin is. The effectiveness of the medical staff at keeping Quentin productive could be the difference between first place and fourth. One new therapy that’s being used is called lithotripsy. Originally developed to help with kidney stones, it consists of pulses of sound being carried into soft tissue to break up the small osseous spurs that cause the inflammation. If you’ve ever stood in front of a speaker at Prive on a Friday night, you still have no idea what this is like. Pujols described his experience as “like being hit on the feet with sticks.” We’ll see if the advanced techniques of sports medicine and a great staff can make Quentin like Pujols in at least one way.

He has 3 guys on red: Carlos Quentin, John Danks, and Freddy Garcia, and 3 on yellow: Gavin Floyd, Jake Peavy, and Bobby Jenks.

February 28, 2010

More evidence Herm is doing a heck of a job

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ February 28, 2010 11:45 pm
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Zimmerman:

Since I have already looked at the salary lost to the DL for individual player totals and teams totals from 2002 to 2009, I will now look at the individual teams by year (injury information from Josh Hermsmeyer at RotoBlog.com) .  Looking over the lists the only points I noticed was that the Mets and Dodgers did not do a good job of keeping their high priced players off the DL while the Chicago White Sox did an amazing job.  Here is the top 20 teams and bottom 10 by total salary lost (link to a spreadsheet with all the teams and years for reference). …

February 22, 2010

Wins lost to injury

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ February 22, 2010 3:28 pm
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colintj:

I thought I might be able to whip up a quick but interesting and possibly useful metric to gauge the number of wins lost or saved due to injury from the table Jeff whipped up.  I like the percent of salary measure, but I thought the total days tally might be more telling of training staff aptitude. …

February 19, 2010

Team Payroll Lost to the DL (Disabled List) in the last 7 years

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ February 19, 2010 6:48 pm
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Zimmerman @ BTB:

Rank 	Team 	Total Salary 	Salary Lost 	Total Days 	Number of Trips 	Percentage of Total Payroll
1 	LAD 	$802,269,413 	$214,186,872 	6717 		61 			27%
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30 	CHW 	$677,133,665 	$38,169,033 	2135 		38 			6%

… Teams should figure out what the White Sox are doing to prevent injuries.  They are amazingly good.

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