Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Fernandez is still recovering from Tommy John surgery, but the hope is he returns to the mound by the All-Star break. Continue for updates. Fernandez to Begin Extended Spring Training Tuesday, MayShow More Summary
Well…..Tommy John is kind of going to be honoured by the Baseball Hall of Fame…..sort of. In this years (lack of starstudded) Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony, Dr, Frank Jobe will be honoured for his work, prolonging the careers of many baseball pitchers. Show More Summary
Sam Miller of ESPN The Magazine offers up a highly informative look at why Tommy John surgeries are now so very common in baseball. A key point: What makes an elite athlete now is the willingness to accept injury — sports in the Survivor age. In the recently published book The Fall Line: How American […]
Cody Morris knew there was something wrong with his right arm, the same arm that one year ago this week pitched Reservoir to its first Maryland 3A state championship. But the pain wouldn’t subside no matter how much he rested it.Read full article >>
The New York Yankees entered the 2015 season with many questions. What will the Yankees do without Derek Jeter? How will the Yankees handle Alex Rodriguez chasing history? How will the Yankees starting rotation be? Starting pitchers Ivan Nova and Masahiro Tanaka are on the disabled list. Show More Summary
Whitley has a tear in his right elbow ligament and will have the surgery performed Tuesday. He will miss the rest of the season.
Whitley will be examined by the Yankees’ team doctor on Monday to determine whether he will be able to undergo rehabilitation for the injury or require Tommy John surgery.
The New York Yankees pitching staff has taken another hit with right-hander Chase Whitley going on the disabled list and facing a decision on Tommy John surgery. Continue for updates. Whitley Has Partially Torn UCL Friday, May 15 According...Show More Summary
Last weekend, the 13th Floor Elevators reunited at Austin's Levitation Festival for their first performance in 45 years. The original lineup of Roky Erickson, Tommy Hall, John Ike Walton, and Ronnie Leatherman performed songs such as "You're Gonna Miss Me", "Reverberation", and "(I've Got) Levitation", the song that gave the festival its name. Show More Summary
Six starts into the season, it's clear Matt Harvey is every bit the pitcher he was before undergoing Tommy John surgery. The New York Mets entered 2015 with their sights set on contending in the NL East, but much of their hopes depended...Show More Summary
About two weeks before the start of the 2015 MLB regular season, the New York Mets announced that pitcher Zack Wheeler had a torn UCL in his pitching elbow and would undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. There is someone within the organization who can relate to the 24-year-old starter. Show More Summary
Saturday's baseball includes Bryce Harper demanding the attention of the baseball world, Cleveland threatening to cancel their subscription to a big magazine, another ace going down to Tommy John surgery, and trying to figure out if Twinkies can indeed go stale. Show More Summary
As if anyone needed further confirmation that no pitcher is safe from Tommy John surgery in today's MLB, another ace has bitten the dust. This time, it's Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Alex Cobb. And while that's a shame in and of itself,...Show More Summary
Carpenter, the first Texas Christian position player to have Tommy John surgery, lost weight and overcame off-field laziness to make himself the hot-hitting third baseman he is today.
The Dodgers pitcher maintains a good sense of humor in tough times.
Cashman said no change in Tanaka's elbow, but when asked if this might be a Tommy John precursor, said "Could be." April 29, 2015 Read more...
Dodgers righty Brandon McCarthy is likely the latest hurler headed for Tommy John surgery, while a few other pitchers landed on the disabled list Monday. Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Brandon McCarthy has a torn ulnar collateral ligament...Show More Summary
Brandon McCarthy will miss the rest of the season because of a torn elbow ligament, throwing the Dodgers’ starting rotation into disarray.
Twenty years ago this weekend, “Friday” was released in theaters. Directed by F. Gary Gray and starring Ice Cube, Chris Tucker, Nia Long, Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister and John Witherspoon among others, the film follows Craig and Smokey (played...Show More Summary
The erstwhile Tigers closer is 40 and undergoing his second Tommy John surgery. He's going to call it a career, right? Fantasy baseball is a horrendous proxy for real baseball, and no one wants to hear about your stupid fantasy team....Show More Summary