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Topic - James J. Andrews
Padres pitcher Josh Johnson will have his right elbow examined by noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews next week.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Brandon Beachy will have ligament-replacement surgery in his right elbow for the second time Friday and is expected to miss the entire season.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Kris Medlen has undergone elbow-ligament replacement surgery for the second time.
While the Atlanta Braves learned that Kris Medlen is definitely done for the season, Alex Wood pitched five dominant innings against the Houston Astros.
Oakland Athletics right-hander Jarrod Parker needs elbow ligament-replacement surgery and will miss the season.
St. Louis Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia will have his sore shoulder examined by Dr. James Andrews on Monday.
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.
Mark Sanchez's season is over. It might be the end of his time with the New York Jets, too.
Robert Griffin III will start the Washington Redskins' season-opener on Sept. 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles, coach Mike Shanahan said on Monday afternoon. Thus ends a months-long drama about whether the 23-year-old quarterback would be ready for Week 1 after undergoing right knee surgery on Jan. 9 to repair torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments.
So much for those last-minute "concerns." RG3 is starting Week 1.
When Robert Griffin III starts Monday's season-opener against the Eagles, the long-expected move Mike Shanahan confirmed Monday afternoon, the season will be as much about rebuilding eroded trust as regaining confidence in the repaired right knee.
So much for perfect harmony. Even on a night when the news is good, Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan can't sing the same song.
Robert Griffin III could be cleared to play in the regular season when he meets with his surgeon Thursday night.
Once again, Robert Griffin III was all dressed up with nowhere to play.
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.