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Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of the Daily Notes.
1. Informative Preamble to the Observations
2. Multiple Observations from an Arizona State Game
3. Barely Useful Video: New Mexico’s Josh Walker
Informative Preamble to the Observations
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This time a year ago, it would have been hard to imagine Arizona State running back Cameron Marshall not having a big season and preparing for a certain selection in the NFL draft. But after seeing his role reduced in his senior season, Marshall's stock dropped big time. Accordingly, he had perhaps more to gain than anyone else at ASU's pro day last week, and he knew it....
Arizona State and Stanford opened the 2013 Pac-12 Tournament with what turned out to be an overtime thriller. The Sun Devils outlasted the Cardinal in OT, 89-88.
Senior point guard Larry Drew talked about his stellar game against Arizona State Thursday in the Pac-12 Tournament...
Zack Greinke signed a large deal to join the Los Angeles Dodgers but money does not necessarily go hand and hand with health. The right handed pitcher is in danger of missing his first scheduled start in jeopardy.
Greinke is tentatively scheduled to start April 2.
Dodger manager Don Mattingly is starting to get concerned about his high dollar pitcher. On Friday though there were...
It still seems unlikely that Zack Greinke makes his first start of the season for the Los Angeles Dodgers. His inflamed elbow will likely keep him out. However, Greinke is making progress and showing some positive signs. Like playing catch again.
Greinke will play catch again today for the first time since the diagnosis says Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. Of course, playing catch...
Arizona State Coach Herk Sendek and players Jordan Bachynski and Jahii Carson take questions after the loss to UCLA...
The Los Angeles Dodgers are hoping that platelet-rich plasma
injections along with anti-inflammatory medication help right-hander Zack
Greinke’s elbow recover to the point where he’ll be healthy in time for Opening
Day, according to Ken Gurnick of MLB.com.
The Dodgers have several former cases that point to the
success of the treatment Greinke is currently receiving...
Zack Greinke, who was out with elbow discomfort and forearm stiffness, received an injection after being examined by Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
The team doctor gave Greinke an injection of platelet-rich plasma and anti-inflammatory medication. The pitcher has been prescribed rest for two to three days and then a return to a progressive throwing program.
ElAttrache’s diagnosis confirmed...
PHOENIX -- Carl Crawford is scheduled to hit Thursday in a minor league game against Meiji University of Japan, two days after he took live batting practice.
This appears to mark progress for Crawford, who is recovering from reconstructive elbow surgery. The last time Crawford faced live pitching, he had to be shut down for a week. The outfielder has been working out for the last...
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Apparently, carrying baseball’s highest payroll doesn’t guarantee a worry-free camp.
For a team that’s supposed to win the World Series, the Dodgers have an uncommonly high number of questions at this stage of spring training.
Two urgent topics: Will Carl Crawford be ready for Opening Day? And how about Zack Greinke?
“We have to see,” Dodgers manager...