Dr. James Andrews
Griffin III did what he was trained to do, as did the men who let him do it. Why can’t misfortune be enough? Why can’t we just leave it to the football gods? Because we’re too busy being gods ourselves.
Sabathia was operated on Thursday by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala. The Yankees expect Sabathia to fully recover before the start of next season.
New York Yankees ace CC Sabathia will have his pitching elbow examined by Dr. James Andrews following inflammation that landed him on the disabled list in August.
Big Blue fans still don’t have anything definitive on the injury to Terrell Thomas’ surgically repaired right knee. Apparently neither do the Giants.
The Yankees said Thursday night Gardner would have inflamed tissue removed in a procedure that will be performed by team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad.
Gardner saw Dr. Timothy Kremchek on Thursday for another opinion on the elbow that has kept him out of action since April 18.
It appears Mike Pelfrey’s one percent chance to avoid surgery is all but gone.
New York lost 18-9 to the Colorado Rockies on Friday night, done in by six errors and an 11-run inning by the Rockies that overwhelmed the offensive display by Scott Hairston, who hit for the cycle.
If the Mets want to keep Pelfrey under their control, in December they would have to offer him at least $4.55 million for 2013 — a year he’d miss a big chunk of.
The Mets say starter Mike Pelfrey will likely undergo Tommy John surgery, which would sideline him until next year. Pelfrey has a partially torn ligament in his pitching elbow. He was put on the disabled list Tuesday when an MRI showed swelling in the joint.
If it weren’t Joba Chamberlain’s ankle it would have been his back, brain, knee or neck. Nature abhors a vacuum, precisely where the Yankees plopped Joba for the last five years.
Yankees setup man Rafael Soriano is going to be examined by renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews after having a second MRI on his sore right elbow.
Yankees left-hander Pedro Feliciano will put off shoulder surgery for at least 1½ months. Sidelined since spring training, Feliciano was examined Monday in Pensacola, Fla., by Dr. James Andrews, who recommended a six-week program of a shoulder strengthening.
The Mets say a second opinion given by Dr. James Andrews confirms that the two-time AL Cy Young Award winner has a torn anterior capsule and that surgery was the best course of action.