The sight of the right-hander Harvey, recovered from Tommy John surgery, put a spring in the step of the team and its fans.
Matt Harvey who spent all of 2014 on the DL after Tommy John surgery will talk to reporters Saturday morning after he works out.
Bobby Parnell threw his first curveball in nearly a year and 10 months after Tommy John surgery Wednesday.
It sounds as though Matt Wieters' recovery from Tommy John surgery has gone quite well, as the Baltimore Orioles catcher will be participating in Spring Training with the team. Manager Buck Showalter said as much on the Power Alley radio...Show More Summary
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Mets pitcher Matt Harvey on his “gap” year, recovering from Tommy John surgery. Really digging the quality of writing on The Players Tribune: ?
In watching Matt Harvey’s rehab from Tommy John surgery, Jacob deGrom couldn’t help but think of his own journey through the same process.
Not only does Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman not need Tommy John surgery, he might not need surgery at all. According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, Sherman’s decided to not have surgery at all for the moment. While Tommy John is a big, scary sounding procedure (primary for people who throw things for a living),…
After missing all of the 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery, Matt Harvey will make his much-anticipated return to the New York Mets rotation in 2015. The Mets ace had a great 2013 season, and if he pitches as well in 2015...Show More Summary
Harvey, coming back from Tommy John surgery, reported early for training and said that he felt great and was ready to resume his role at Mets pitching ace.
Harvey, 25, missed all of the 2014 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in October of 2013.
Pete Carroll said he "might have been misled" on the status of Sherman's elbow. One day after saying that Richard Sherman would need Tommy John surgery on his injured elbow, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll backtracked from that statement. He told 710 ESPN Seattle on Tuesday that Sherman might not need the surgery after all. Show More Summary
It’s clear that Richard Sherman’s elbow is messed up (I was pre-med), but it might not be as messed up as it sounded at first. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday on 710 ESPN in Seattle that Sherman might not require Tommy John surgery to repair his injured elbow. Carroll admitted he “might have been…
Richard Sherman isn't the only member of Legion of Boom facing offseason surgery.
According to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, all-pro cornerback Richard Sherman will be undergoing Tommy John surgery to repair the elbow injury he suffered during the NFC Championship game. Read more...
Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman needs Tommy John surgery on his left elbow, Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll announced Monday through the team's Twitter feed.
The Seahawks will have a couple of cornerbacks rehabbing injuries as the offseason gets underway. Coach Pete Carroll confirmed, via the team, reports that Richard Sherman needs to have Tommy John surgery after injuring his left elbow in the NFC Championship game. The surgery is common among pitchers in Major League Baseball and involves taking…
Richard Sherman’s elbow injury is more serious than the Seahawks cornerback let on.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman managed to play through part of the NFC championship game and all of Super Bowl XLIX despite having torn elbow ligaments that may require Tommy John surgery. Sherman didn’t miss a play and the injury was described as a sprain, but now ESPN’s John Clayton reports it was more serious […]