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Topic - David Altchek
Matt Harvey, the National League starter in the All-Star gameligament on Aug. 26. He said at the time he wanted to try rehab and avoid surgery.
More than five weeks after getting the shocking diagnosis of a torn elbow ligament, New York Mets ace Matt Harvey gave in and agreed Friday to have surgery that will sideline him for the entire 2014 season.
The 76ers' Andrew Bynum gamble was a bust.
New York Mets third baseman David Wright has a moderate strain on the left side of his rib cage that will shut him down until next week, leaving his status for opening day uncertain.
Johan Santana's first spring training appearance of the year for the New York Mets has been pushed back until mid-March.
If John Wall isn't ready about a month from now, midway through the schedule, the Washington Wizards probably should keep him sidelined for the season.
Standing on the Wizards' main court after Monday's practice session, John Wall did something he hasn't done for a while — he left his feet to put up a shot. In other words, he jumped.
Their heads are down, their eyes averted. As the locker room fills with reporters after every game, they know the questions are coming, and they don't have the answers.
At an appearance at Simon Elementary School in Southeast D.C. Friday morning, Wizards point guard John Wall made it clear how important the upcoming season was going to be for him. Unfortunately, it's off to a disappointing start.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will miss at least the next eight weeks with a stress injury to his left patella, the team announced Friday.
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera said Tuesday's surgery on his injured right knee "went perfectly" and he is looking forward to beginning his rehabilitation.
Mariano Rivera sat on a chair in the corner of the visitor's clubhouse at Kauffman Stadium, his right knee tightly wrapped Friday night and crutches resting against a nearby locker.
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera says he will return to the mound by 2013, vowing to overcome a knee injury that figures to end his season.
The NBA's compressed schedule, with 66 games in four months followed by one day off before the playoffs, was tough on everyone.
The pitch was a changeup, no different than 178 other changeups Stephen Strasburg had thrown for the Washington Nationals.
"It's going to look like a bomb exploded in there," Altchek told Garcia, due to all of the work that had been done over the years.