From a flood of Tommy John surgeries to all sorts of minor strains and sprains, the story of the 2014 MLB season has been the unbelievable amount of injuries that have occurred all across the league. What follows is a breakdown of the most crucial early-season storylines for all 30 MLB teams. Show More Summary
The streak is over. Whether you count Jason Isringhausen against the Tampa Bay Rays or not, it's still an incredible streak of health. It doesn't help Matt Moore now, as detailed by USA Today, who tested the elbow out on Monday afternoon and immediately knew that rehab wasn't going to work. Show More Summary
The season hasn't started well for the Atlanta Braves. Before they even got to Opening Day, they'd lost two of their starters (Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy ) to Tommy John surgery. Again. They've had a below-average record with pitchers...Show More Summary
Call it the year of the elbow ligament, and many in baseball are asking two separate, and newly urgent, questions about Tommy John surgery: Why is it happening so often, and is the procedure riskier than we thought?
Meryl Streep, James Spader, Tim Blake Nelson, William Fichtner, John Lithgow and Hailee Steinfeld co-star in this upcoming Western drama. [...]
Upsets ruled the 2014 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championship early on. Top seeds John Isner and Tommy Robredo both lost in their first matches. After slow starts in 2014, Nicolas Almagro and Fernando Verdasco were the only seeds to makeShow More Summary
The Mets will be one of several teams watching Thursday when free agent reliever Joel Hanrahan, working his way back from Tommy John surgery, throws for interested teams, according to an industry source.
Trailer for THE HOMESMAN, directed by Tommy Lee Jones and starring Jones, Hilary Swank, James Spader, William Fichtner, Meryl Streep, Hailee Steinfeld, Tim Blake Nelson, John Lithgow, and Jesse Plemons. Read the full article on AICN Papa...Show More Summary
Last winter the Mariners spent $240 million to sign Robinson Cano and announce themselves as instant contenders. The previous February they decided $935,000 was too much to pay for a 28-year old reliever with two Tommy John surgeries in his past.
The Rays have not had a Tommy John surgery at the major league level in over five years. They are hoping that Matt Moore can avoid surgery, but after Dr. James Andrews looked at his elbow and found a sprained UCL, the hopes are slim. The...Show More Summary
NINA ARIANDA IN ROB THE MOB So, so, so good. The terrifically entertaining Rob the Mob tells the true story of Tommy and Rosie Uva (played by Michael Pitt and Nina Arianda), a New York couple who, during the height of the John Gotti trial of the early '90s, start raiding and robbing Mafia social clubs. Show More Summary
The New York Mets' bullpen officially took a big hit on Tuesday. The team announced on Twitter that closer Bobby Parnell underwent successful Tommy John surgery. Instead of waiting two weeks to see if he could rehab his injury and return...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Pirates were dealt a blow Monday when Tom Singer of MLB.com reported that pitching prospect Jameson Taillon opted to have Tommy John surgery on his injured throwing arm. A 22-year-old righty, Taillon was ranked as theShow More Summary
Bobby Parnell came through Tommy John surgery well, the Mets announced Tuesday afternoon. The Mets closer decided to have the surgery on Sunday, forfeiting this season in hopes of coming back strong in 2015, Terry Collins said.
Dr. Frank Jobe, who pioneered the elbow procedure that became known as Tommy John surgery and saved the careers of countless pitchers, was remembered Monday as a gifted and caring surgeon with a sense of humor.
Bobby Parnell, who learned last week that he has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament, will become the third Mets pitcher to have Tommy John surgery since last summer.
The season is over for Bobby Parnell. The Mets closer has decided to undergo Tommy John surgery to repair an incomplete tear of his ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, the team announced Sunday night.
The Arizona Diamondbacks front office collective must wince at the mere mention of Tommy John surgery, because they have suffered a rash of injuries demanding the famous procedure. Of course, no name is bigger or more important than Patrick Corbin. Show More Summary
Time for a little perspective, people. While injuries have certainly been the story of the spring, they're not really up. We're noticing them more, perhaps, and there's an unusual pattern of second Tommy John surgeries, but there's no increase or epidemic. Show More Summary
A Conversation with Leon Russell Mike Ragogna: Hey Leon, Life Journey, your latest album, was recorded with Tommy LiPuma, Al Schmitt, Elton John...you have an awful lot of friends rooting for you. Do you feel the love? LR: Well yeah, it was nice. Show More Summary