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Some people just eat too many MYBAD sandwiches in the off-season....

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In the long history of dumb injuries suffered by athletes away from the field, this might go down as one of the dumbest.

Francisco Liriano admitted Monday that his broken right arm was not the result of a slip and fall in the bathroom, but the by-product of a prank gone wrong.

For some reason, one known only to Liriano, the former Twins and White Sox pitcher thought it would be fun to startle his kids on Christmas Day by slamming his arm against a door.

It wasn’t fun, as Liriano, who must’ve gotten his dates mixed up and thought it was Halloween (who scares their kids on Christmas?), broke his arm and is facing four weeks of rehab before he can throw off a mound again.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseba...4#ixzz2Kf35OQr9

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Seems like there may be more to the story. Just a hunch.

On the other end, taking him out of the rotaion might be the best thing to happen to the Sox this year. laugh

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that is nuts. For that one season before the injury he sure was a fun player to watch and to have on the team. Since then, not so much. I wish him well though.

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Who tries to scare the kids on Christmass crazy He was a slight head case wink but it was always intresting with him on the team.

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Sounds like the door along with most of the American League hit him hard!

Wonder if the door took him deep?

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