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Diamond Cuts: Rocky Mountain Low

Jeff Stotts

Jeff Stotts

Jeff Stotts works as a Certified Athletic Trainer (MAT, ATC, PES, CES). He won the 2011 Best Fantasy Football Article in Print from the Fantasy Sports Trade Association.

Michael Cuddyer and Carlos Gonzalez

The Rockies outfield is suddenly become a MASH unit as two of their primary options have both been placed on the disabled list for what is expected to be a significant amount of time.

It starts with Cuddyer who suffered a fractured left shoulder. The exact location is the glenoid cavity of his scapula, better known as the shoulder blade. Along with the upper arm bone, the humerus, the glenoid forms the primary joint of the shoulder, appropriately named the glenohumeral joint. The glenohumeral joint is a ball-and-socket joint meaning it looks a lot like a golf ball sitting on a tee. The head of the humerus serves as the golf ball, sitting on the tee represented by the glenoid cavity of the shoulder blade. The ball (head of the humerus) can easily pivot on the tee (glenoid) allowing for the large degree of motion present at the shoulder. The cartilaginous labrum, supporting ligaments, and surrounding musculature all

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