Tags » Tommy John Surgery

Pitch counts could save young arms

With the concussion epidemic slowly losing steam, the next national sports story may be gaining traction. Overuse injuries are hurting high school aged athletes all over the country and baseball and softball seem to be the main suspects in the sources of overuse injuries. 885 more words


The Texas Rangers land Cole Hamels

The Texas Rangers land Cole Hamels.

By Richard W. Humphrey

Courtesy of SixthGearAutoSales.com

ARLINGTON, Texas – Late in Wednesday night’s game, the word began to leak that the Rangers and Phillies had agreed on a trade that would send Cole Hamels to Texas. 160 more words


Tommy John Surgery

Full, detailed information will be available on all injuries by the end of training camps in mid-August. Check back soon!

Arms And Hands

Smoltz, Experts Agree On Dangers Of Playing Just One Sport

By KYW Medical Editor Dr. Brian McDonough

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — During his Hall of Fame induction speech on Sunday, former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz made a comment that’s gotten a great deal of attention in medical circles. 134 more words


Post 142’s Shockley anchoring Shockers

WAVERLY – With a baseball bat in hand — wood or aluminum — Dylan Shockley is a bad, bad man.

Whether it’s coming through in a clutch situation at the plate or throwing a runner out from his knees at his catcher position, Shockley — a product of Minford High School — is successful in everything he does in between the foul lines. 722 more words


Vanderbilt's Walker Buehler not pulled from CWS for injury

Former Vanderbilt pitcher Walker Buehler reportedly will undergo Tommy John surgery after signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but Commodores coach Tim Corbin said that wasn’t the reason he was pulled from the national title game. 584 more words

SEC News

Dodgers Sign 1st Round Pick Walker Buehler; Fail To Sign Funkhouser

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles Dodgers signed their first round pick Walker Buehler on Friday to a multi-year deal.

The 24th overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft went to the Vanderbilt University where he had a 20-7 career record for the Commodores. 176 more words