NEW YORK — Masahiro Tanaka made it through the regular season without needing Tommy John surgery, so that's something. He made it through his final regular-season start without his hamstring intact—another positive. "I feel good about...Show More Summary
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John Lackey pitched seven strong innings, rookie Tommy Pham continued his productive hitting and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 3-1 Tuesday night.
Tommy John surgery can be a death knell for a pitcher. So what exactly does three Tommy John surgeries mean? That’s the case for San Diego’s Josh Johnson. The 32 year old need to undergo his third such surgery of his career. It will be interesting to see how he responds once healthy. Right-hander Josh […]
When I think of sublime director-actor couplings in cinema the past thirty years, only a few come to mind. Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski, The Coen Brothers and John Goodman, Tommy Wiseau and himself. Another pair is sure to join the list: Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon. Show More Summary
Achilles had his heel, and in 1974 Tommy John had a similar career-crushing vulnerability - a lousy ligament, some really bad beef.
The San Diego Padres say right-hander Josh Johnson, who has been sidelined for two seasons, will have a third reconstructive elbow surgery.
San Diego Padres starting pitcher Josh Johnson is facing another long road to recovery, as he's reportedly set to undergo his third Tommy John surgery in the near future. Continue for updates. Johnson Expected to Make Another Comeback Attempt Wednesday, Sept. Show More Summary
MIAMI — Stories like Erik Davis’s are common in professional baseball. Dozens of pitchers at all levels have Tommy John surgery each year, doomed to inaction and rigorous rehab, tested more by the mental challenges of incremental progress and the exponential growth of doubt. Show More Summary
Inning count becomes a primary concern for teams this time of the year, a complex issue fraught with risks to pitchers who have undergone Tommy John surgery.
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When it comes to all this talk about inning limits, Tommy John is a skeptic.
The parallels are too rich to ignore: Matt Harvey, who pitches for the New York Mets on Tuesday night, is in the midst of an innings-limit controversy as he comes off Tommy John surgery. Stephen Strasburg, who is due to pitch for the...Show More Summary
If the ace pitcher takes the mound in October, two years after Tommy John surgery, he will most likely be thinking about many innings he can safely pitch this season.
A sling wrapped around an Ole Miss polo shirt held Aaron Barrett’s right arm as he walked around the Nationals’ clubhouse Saturday afternoon, checking in with teammates for the first time after successful Tommy John surgery on Thursday. He showed off a jar of bone chips Dr. Show More Summary
Scott Boras, the pitcher’s agent, suggested that the team would be putting Harvey, who had Tommy John surgery, at “severe risk” if it allowed him to pitch in the postseason.
Aaron Barrett underwent successful Tommy John surgery on his right elbow Thursday, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said. The procedure ended a months-long saga of elbow trouble and frustration, and started a new one — duration to be determined — of work toward returning.Read full article >>
Five months into Harvey’s first season back from Tommy John surgery, a debate has arisen over how much he should pitch in the final month of the season.
New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will not be placed under an innings cap this season and will pitch into the playoffs, according to ESPN.com's Adam Rubin. It's his first year back from Tommy John surgery that sidelined him for the entire 2014 season. Show More Summary
The popularity of Tommy John surgery has grown so much so that last year alone, MLB pitchers had more procedures done -- than throughout all of the 1990s. I was joined on HuffPost Live by retired pitching great Pedro Martinez, who was just recently inducted into the Hall of Fame. Show More Summary