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Matt Harvey Hits 95 MPH In 'Impressive' Final Throwing Session

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Mets ace Matt Harvey threw off the main mound at Citi Field on Monday, the final step this season in his rehab program from Tommy John surgery last October. 391 more words

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A Sign of Hope

Wednesday night in San Diego, something big happened. You might even say huge. Daniel Hudson, of the Arizona Diamondbacks pitched in the game.

Now, for those of you who don’t know who Daniel is, or why this is a big deal, let me explain. 258 more words

Why Tanaka needs Tommy John surgery now

If you have a minute – check out my article on why I think Tanaka needs to get the surgery and get it over with now … not that I want to help the Yankees! 46 more words

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Nothingness & the Nightsky in ZO Magazine

As a small child, I used to mistakenly believe that physical deterioration was the most unpleasant aspect of getting older. Premonitions of an achy lower back, sore knees, arthritis, a hip replacement (or two), glaucoma haunted me nightly. 190 more words

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Pitcher's Elbow: MRI's Aren't All the Same

This blog post actually contains a bit of helpful advice. No kidding.

Don’t worry. I’m not going to make a habit of it. But this is something people need to know. 678 more words

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The effect of injury on elite players

The debate about Hall of Fame worthiness is as healthy now as it’s ever been. As fans are provided with more statistics that illuminate certain aspects of value (here’s looking at you, WAR) and fantastic sites like Baseball Reference have all the information available a click away, within 24 hours of a game finishing, the fire is fueled for some healthy discussion. 901 more words

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Are the Mets being too careful with Matt Harvey? (Wed. column)

New York Mets’ ace Matt Harvey wants to pitch. He’ll tell anyone who listen and well, he pretty much has. As someone whose written more than one story on Harvey and his desire to pitch in 2014, regardless of what Mets’ general manager Terry Collins says, sometimes I actually think he might. 314 more words

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