Instead, Profar could miss his second straight season because the switch-hitter's throwing shoulder wouldn't heal, and the 22-year-old is set for a procedure Monday. ''The last thing anyone in the organization wants is to lose a player to injury on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 or Day 37,'' Banister said. ''Day 1 is about having a slow heartbeat, really controlling what you need to control.'' Injuries ruined 2014 for (source) last year's two big additions in Fielder, the first baseman, and Choo, who is moving from left field to right. Fielder had missed only one game the previous five seasons but played only 42 games before neck surgery in May. Choo dealt with nagging injuries much of the year and hit .242 before operations late on his left elbow and left ankle. With three weeks left in a lost season, manager Ron Washington resigned unexpectedly for personal reasons. Banister was chosen over Tim Bogar, who went http://www.abnewswire.com/pressreleases/max-workouts-review-offers-free-shin-ohtake-pdf_7945.html 14-8 as interim manager.
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