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Time to calm down with Braxton Miller to Alabama rumors, for now

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is the subject of much intrigue. The two-time Silver Football winner in the Big Ten strangely seems to be the odd man out in Columbus according to a number of college football minds, which almost seems unfathomable for a player many would have thrown in the Heisman Trophy race last season if not for a preseason shoulder surgery. 282 more words

Rumor Mill

Christian Vazquez Placed On 60-Day DL, Will Reportedly See Dr. James Andrews For Elbow Injury

BOSTON (CBS) –  There is one phrase in sports that no athlete wants to hear.

“We’re sending you to see Dr. James Andrews to get a second opinion.” 274 more words


Dr. James Andrews wears the pain of 1,000 Tommy John surgeries

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman shared a photo of himself with legendary surgeon Dr. James Andrews after a procedure to repair the torn left ACL that Stroman suffered in fielding practice this spring. 144 more words


The Doctor Behind The Athletes: James Andrews

By Michael LeCompte

Sports medicine is a massive industry encompassing all levels of any sport. Professional teams have training staffs, doctors, and specialists to either prevent or deal with any conceivable injury. 538 more words

James Andrews

Interview With Lenny Macrina

My next interview is with Lenny Macrina. 2014 was a big year for him as he will explain in the interview. You can follow him on  1,053 more words

Physical Therapy

Getting Ahead of the Curve: Time for Syndergaard to Go Under the Knife?

In this segment we take a look at trends in the game whether they be with, players, teams or League wide. We use these trends, understand them and find ways to “Get Ahead of the Curve” 756 more words

NL East

Wheeler has torn UCL, likely headed for Tommy John surgery

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By: Andrew Crawford

We are only halfway through Spring Training and the Mets have already lost two pitchers to season ending elbow injuries. 270 more words