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Sidelined by injury this season, Lance Lynn is ready for 2017

Long before it ever began, Lance Lynn lost the 2016 season to injury. However, recovering from Tommy John surgery wouldn’t be the hardest part of his rehab process. 81 more words


Every pitch counts: Rule aims to curb high school pitcher injuries

It was 1997. Pennsylvania. John Buonamano had a tall task in front of him.

The high school senior was pitching with a trip to the state semifinals on the line. 2,018 more words


More not always better: Tommy John surgery effects ruining young pitchers

The three most devastating words in baseball, and perhaps sports as a whole, continues its spike over recent years in alarming frequency. Pitchers are getting injured an increasing rate of 10% and at younger ages, between 9-18 years old, which commences with someone uttering the three words that can ruin their careers: 2,143 more words


Holliday, Maness Both Need Surgery

HOUSTON (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday will have surgery Wednesday on his right thumb, an injury that could sideline him for the rest of the regular season. 207 more words


Eovaldi to have Tommy John surgery, out til 2018

The injury that forced Nathan Eovaldi out of his last start in the first inning a week ago at Boston proved very serious. Eovaldi has torn the flexor tendon in his right, pitching arm off the bone and damaged the ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow to the extent that he will require Tommy John surgery for the second time in his career. 237 more words

Should Aaron Sanchez Stay in the Starting Rotation?

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One of the most prevailing questions in the MLB, specifically for the Toronto Blue Jays, is if they should move 24-year-old pitcher Aaron Sanchez to the bullpen. 440 more words


Avoiding Surgery With Stem Cells

By Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard

A headline a few days ago caught my eye. It was how Los Angeles Angels pitcher Garrett Richards was shut down for the year with tear in his… 378 more words

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