Tag Archives: Dr. Frank Jobe

Urias’ Career Derailed, He’s No Longer a Top Prospect

There have been a couple of monumental advances in sports injury medicine over the past few decades that produced surgical procedures that have saved the careers of untold numbers of players, stars and journeyman alike, from the pioneering work of … Continue reading

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The Epidemic of Elbow Injuries – Tommy John Should Have Gotten a Trademark

I’ve written a couple of times this season about the ever-increasing number of starting pitchers suffering season-ending and career-threatening elbow injuries that have required “Tommy John” transplant surgery*. While my focus was on starters, relief pitchers are just as susceptible … Continue reading

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