Snee told Giants.com the chance to spend time in Hawaii with his family was “something I couldn’t pass up on.” Besides, the hip “feels fine now.”
Dr. Bryan Kelly of the Hospital for Special Surgery, who operated on A-Rod on Wednesday, said last week the extent of cartilage damage was a concern and could not be determined before the operation.
A-Rod needs to find a way to stay on the field. And while surgery might help, I can’t feel with any certainty that he’ll return to being a significantly productive player.
The Yankees say Alex Rodriguez will have surgery on his left hip and will miss the start of the season and possibly the entire first half.
Are you stuck with the unwelcome task of shoveling snow? If you haven’t been hitting the gym regularly or training for snow shoveling as your sport of choice, you may be waking up with some aches and pains. Here are a few tips to dig yourself out a little more safely.
Part four of the “Exercises in Futility” series continues to address low back/lower body exercises more likely to result in injury than benefit.