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Topic - James J. Andrews
St. Louis Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia will have his sore shoulder examined by Dr. James Andrews on Monday.
Minnesota Twins slugging prospect Miguel Sano will have Tommy John surgery on his throwing arm and miss the 2014 season.
St. Louis left-hander Jaime Garcia is unlikely to be ready to pitch at the start of the season, but Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak won't completely rule out the possibility.
Jaime Garcia will seek a second opinion on his surgically repaired shoulder from Dr. James Andrews before deciding his next course of action, St. Louis General Manager John Mozeliak said on Tuesday.
Scott Sizemore is among nine players agreeing to minor league contracts with the Yankees, giving New York another option for Alex Rodriguez's replacement at third base.
Titans running back Chris Johnson says surgery to repair torn meniscus in his knee went perfectly.
Notre Dame nose guard Louis Nix III will miss the team's final two regular-season games and its bowl game after having season-ending knee surgery Thursday.
Notre Dame nose guard Louis Nix III underwent season-ending knee surgery Thursday.
So desperate is Washington for a consistent winner that the cycle is predictable. Build up a team. Paper over the flaws. Suck the marrow from every bit of success and forget, if only for a moment, that the good times may be more illusion than reality. That the bad old days of struggle may not be as distant as hoped.
The man who fixed Robert Griffin III's right knee repaired Hultzen's labrum. And his rotator cuff. And his shoulder capsule. That's the holy trinity of terror for pitchers.
Mark Sanchez's season is over. It might be the end of his time with the New York Jets, too.
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 performance of Robert Griffin III in the first two weeks is what makes fantasy football so silly to many of those who don't play it and so frustrating to some of those who do (especially those who already have lost a matchup against him).
Matt Harvey will try to rehab his injured right elbow without reconstructive surgery, a move the young ace hopes is going to keep him on the mound for the New York Mets next season.
Remember when Dr. James Andrews declared Robert Griffin III's recovery from knee surgery "superhuman" and the self-aggrandizing August documentary about the rehabilitation seemed quaint?
To add to the confusion, Andrews denied the existence of such concerns in a Friday text message to our Redskins beat writer Brian McNally.