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 Posted: Thu Jun 27th, 2019 07:45 pm
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Lyman Bosto ck More like not getting murdered than not getting injured.Felt he was going to be a star.



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I'll add:

Bill Walton
Yao Ming
Sterling Sharpe



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Joe Montana (major back surgery 1986, shattered elbow in January 1991 NFC title game & botched surgery took him out for 2 seasons and he lost his job)

Gale Sayers (left knee injury)

Bobby Heenan (neck injury in 1982 severely limited his ability to work matches and bump as a manager)

Joe Namath (messed up knees)

Jerry Rice (1997 season where he was dragged down by his facemask on a dirty play by Warren Sapp, tearing his ACL AND MCL. Jerry returned in record time just 15 weeks later!! Paying the eventual Super Bowl champion Broncos on MNF, Jerry ruptered his patella on a TD catch, and even though the Niners won, their season was essentially over.

Steve Young (concussions)

Bill Walton (bad knees)

Brian Pillman (if not for his ankle injury in his Hummer accident, he would of been a money player against Steve Austin, The Rock, and others during the Attitude Era)


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Ken Griffey Jr was my first thought.



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Troy Tulowitski. Totally frustrates fantasy baseball players. Would have been guaranteed a spot in the HOF if not for all the injuries.

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On the other end of the spectrum, imagine how much better Mickey Mantle would've been if he had "perfect health". This is an all-time legend who almost suffered a career-ending injury in his rookie season and was basically never the same again, especially when it came to running. 

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lobo316 wrote: Troy Tulowitski. Totally frustrates fantasy baseball players. Would have been guaranteed a spot in the HOF if not for all the injuries.If you are gonna say Tulo, I have to mention the ‘original Tulo’ - Nomar Garciaparra.  I felt he was head and shoulders above Jeter, and a single notch below pre-Texas A-Rod.  When A-Rod went to Texas just about coincides with Nomar’s demise.  Always wondered if he was on the juice and got off of it, never being the same again.  In the end, I feel that he ended up with the same fate as Grady Sizemore in that he played full throttle all the time and his body just couldn’t take the beating.



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Benlen wrote: I'll add:

Bill Walton
Yao Ming
Sterling Sharpe

Yao is a great choice.



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Bobby Orr. His knees gave out at 27. Guy had just come off a 135 pt season as a defenceman. PLayed 36 games over the next 3 years and was done.

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srossi wrote: On the other end of the spectrum, imagine how much better Mickey Mantle would've been if he had "perfect health". This is an all-time legend who almost suffered a career-ending injury in his rookie season and was basically never the same again, especially when it came to running. 

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