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1. We kick off today’s Daily Dozen with some Carl Crawford injury news. Dr. James Andrews discovered a sprained UCL in his elbow. The good news is that he won’t need surgery, but the bad news is he could miss up to three months. The Red Sox expect him back around the All-Star break, which already puts a huge damper on Crawford’s non-existent 2012 season. I thought he was a good candidate to bounce back this year after an underwhelming 2011 season, but that seems to be a distant possibility now.
2. Some more injury news, Ryan Zimmerman is likely headed to the DL although it will be retroactive to April 20. I mentioned this in Wednesday’s post, but Zimmerman is becoming that player who I wouldn’t draft no matter how good his producti...
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Carl Crawford's visit to Dr. James Andrews has apparently revealed some bad news. Nick Cafardo of the Globe reports that Crawford could miss three months of action due to his elbow injury. Sean McAdam of CSNNE tweets that the injury is a UCL problem, but Crawford will not need surgery at this time.
The Sox are expected to release a statement tonight.
Three months would put...
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It doesn't looks like Carl Crawford will be back in the lineup any time soon. The Red Sox outfielder will miss three months as he continues to recover from his wrist injury, according to the Boston Globe's Peter Abraham. Abraham reported on Red Sox Gameday LIVE presented by UNO that Crawford's latest trip to the doctor resulted in bad news. Crawford has been out all season...
Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford is going to see Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion on the left elbow that has plagued him since he reported to spring training.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said on Wednesday that Crawford was in the process of scheduling a visit with Andrews, one of the best-known orthopedic surgeons in the business. Valentine called the visit '...
The Boston Red Sox got some more bad news on Thursday night in regards to Carl Crawford.
Crawford, who is still rehabbing from wrist surgery in the offseason, will now miss the next three months with a UCL sprain in his left elbow.
Here's the release from the Red Sox:
"Carl Crawford was examined by the Red Sox medical staff. He was diagnosed as having a left elbow...
Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford will be out of action for three months while he recovers from an injury to his left elbow, ESPNBoston.com reported Thursday. Crawford has decided not to have surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament, and he will try to rehabilitate without an operation. Crawford had surgery on his left wrist in January, causing him to be placed on...
Carl Crawford was diagnosed with a unlar collateral ligament injury to his left elbow by Dr. Andrews today. The injury does not require surgery at this time but Crawford will have to rest his elbow for as long as three months. Even with the trade for Byrd the Red Sox still need some help in the outfield. Lars Anderson who usually plays first base was in left field tonight...
Multiple sources are reporting injured Red Sox Left Fielder Carl Crawford will be traveling to see Dr. James Andrews in the coming days regarding continuing soreness in his elbow. Dr. Andrews is one of the best known Orthopedic Surgeons in the world, and has worked on countless professional athletes in the past. Crawford has been [...]
Carl Crawford was considered the likely solution for the Red Sox' outfield after Jacoby Ellsbury went down with an injury early in the season. But Crawford's own injury rehabilitation has hit some snags. Nick Cafardo explains what happened with Crawford's wrist -- and now his elbow -- and says when the Red Sox can expect Crawford back on Red Sox First Pitch.
Carl Crawford's injury was a minor concern for the Red Sox coming out of spring training, as the All-Star left fielder was expected to return to the team soon enough. After Thursday's update on Crawford's injury, indicating the outfielder could be out for up to three months, there's a considerable amount more pressure on the Red Sox outfield to perform. Rookie Lars...
@nickcafardo: Looks like Carl Crawford will miss three months. Sox issuing press release shortly on details.