Alarmed by the surge in Tommy John surgery, Major League Baseball and USA Baseball have set up a website that offers guidelines on pitching usage and injury prevention.
This past week we found out that WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan would be undergoing yet another surgery. The surgery that has been rumored is the dreaded Tommy John Surgery. Tommy John Surgery is a surgical procedure on the Ulnar Collateral Ligament(UCL) in the arm. Show More Summary
The last time the WWE Universe heard from Daniel Bryan, he was pumping up the San Francisco Giants-crowd in the classic Yes chants. It took place before game three of the National League Divisional Series. Remember, that was in AT&T Park, not a WWE ring. Show More Summary
Florida Marlins star Jose Fernandez is one of the most promising young pitchers in baseball, but he had his 2014 season cut short after requiring Tommy John Surgery in May. In a great sign for the young pitcher, though, he was back out for a throwing session in a limited capacity on Wednesday. Show More Summary
The cheers for Masahiro Tanaka at Yankee Stadium will not be of the "Bronx" variety, as he hopes to see whether Tommy John surgery is necessary in a truncated start against the Jays. On Sunday, New York Yankees fans will finally have...Show More Summary
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, who had season-ending Tommy John elbow ligament-replacement surgery on May 16, has been cleared to start throwing Oct. 1.
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The season of Matt Harvey's discontent is almost over and it will end quietly. The injured right-hander, whose return from Tommy John surgery has been a public battle with Mets officials, will end his year without having faced a bat...
It's not yet known whether he'll pursue a third Tommy John surgery. Jonny Venters recent trip to Dr. James Andrews revealed the worst possible news for the left-handed reliever; a third tear of the ulnar collateral ligament of BravesRadioNet and 680 The Fan. Show More Summary
It was reported during Comic-Con time that WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan would need another surgery. The WWE ring technician confirmed this at a press conference where he was speaking of a robbery which he helped to thwart. Most had no idea what type of surgery Bryan would need as the issue was neck related as
Terry Collins finally got through, but the Mets are wondering if the message ever will. After trying to reach Matt Harvey on the phone Wednesday to talk about ratcheting down his rehab from Tommy John surgery, the Mets manager said he finally talked to the pitcher on Thursday.
Terry Collins thinks Matt Harvey doesn’t know how to go at his rehabilitation from Tommy John surgery at 50%, and it’s concerning.
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As word leaked out of the Mets organization about Jeremy Hefner having re-injured his elbow, one official made a point of noting, off the record, that injured ace Matt Harvey had a front-row seat to see a pitcher have a major setback after Tommy John surgery. Tuesday, Sandy Alderson was not so subtle.
With Hefner reinjuring his surgically repaired elbow during a rehabilitation start, the Mets were taking a wary approach with the ace Matt Harvey, who also had Tommy John surgery and was rehabbing an elbow as well.
Where would the Yankees be right now if not for Brandon McCarthy? With CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova out for the season with injuries, and Masahiro Tanaka on the disabled list attempting to stave off Tommy John surgery, the Yankees decided...Show More Summary
Tyler Skaggs has joined the long parade of pitchers to succumb to Tommy John surgery. The promising young Angels left-hander was diagnosed with an ulnar collateral ligament tear in his elbow and will undergo the procedure on Wednesday, sidelining him for the rest of this season and all of 2015.
Tyler Skaggs was diagnosed with an ulnar collateral ligament tear in his elbow and will undergo Tommy John surgery on Wednesday, a procedure that will sideline the Angels left-hander for the rest of this season and all of 2015.
A roundup of injuries from around the league. The Angels received some disheartening news just in time for the home stretch of their AL West pennant chase. Left hander Tyler Skaggs will miss the remainder of the season due to an elbow...Show More Summary
A bit of bad news just got a whole lot worse for Tyler Skaggs and the Los Angeles Angels. The starting pitcher—who had already been placed Skaggs on the 15-day disabled list with a strained forearm on August 1—will require season-ending...Show More Summary