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Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Hong-Chih Kuo will undergo surgery on his left elbow for the fifth time in his professional career on Friday.
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Hong-Chih Kuo is scheduled to undergo his fifth elbow operation Friday, but his agent said he intends to pitch next season even if it's not for the Dodgers.
"There's no thought of retirement," Alan Chang said. "He's fully committed and highly motivated to do what it takes."
In the final month of the regular season, Kuo sounded uncertain about his...
Dodgers reliever Hong-Chih Kuo, who has a long history of arm issues, has been scratched from an upcoming five-game exhibition series in his native Taiwan after experiencing discomfort in his left elbow on Monday.
Here's a running list of injury updates around the Major Leagues:
– Left handed pitcher Hong-Chih Kuo will undergo surgery in his left elbow to remove loose body according to Jon Weisman of Dodgers Thoughts. He'll be able to throw after 6-8 weeks of recovery.
– Right handed pitcher Juan Nicasio is making remarkable progress from his broken neck and according to Troy Renck...
Outfielder Matt Kemp and pitcher Clayton Kershaw were both selected on the 2011 Sporting News All-Star team. The award is voted on by members of major league front offices, AL and 29 NL executives. It is Kemp's second award. Mike Piazza was honored five times while playing in Dodger Blue.
Well, when you pass go, you get some money. When you pass $20 for parking, it goes into Dodgers Owner Frank McCourts' pocket. The $70+ million was among $190 million that the MLB is accusing McCourt of taking from the team.Money to fund his personal finances and distributions, according to the Los Angeles Times. MLB contends that in the process, the owner has alienated the...
The one-month postponement of the bankruptcy trial will allow McCourt and Major League Baseball to explore a possible settlement in which he sells the team, several people familiar with situation say.The Dodgers' bankruptcy trial has been postponed for one month so Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball can explore a possible settlement under which McCourt would...
The Dodgers bankruptcy trial has been delayed, tweets Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times. The trial initially had been scheduled for October 31st through November 4th, but for unknown reasons it has been moved to November 29th through December 2nd. Baseball's Winter Meetings take place from December 5-8, so as Shaikin notes, there's no way current owner Frank McCourt could...
Stay classy, Frank McCourt. Lawyers for the owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers are blaming Bryan Stow for getting beat up at a Dodgers game. All I can say is wow. This is a new low … even for Frank McCourt.
It’s no mistake that Major League Baseball is trying to take the Dodgers away from Frank McCourt. They don’t think he’s fit to run an MLB team. I can’t help but agree...
Maybe a ''For Sale'' sign should be erected outside Dodger Stadium.
Team, ballpark, land and television rights available. Price: $1 billion and up.
The process of finding a new owner for the Los Angeles Dodgers began early Wednesday when current boss Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball released a joint statement saying they had agreed to a court-supervised sale...
Major League Baseball claims that Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt took nearly $190 million from the team in what a court filing termed "looting."
Major League Baseball accused Frank McCourt of looting the Dodgers of $190 million.
In filings in a Delaware court, MLB said McCourt took $189.16 from the club — $73 million in parking lot revenue through a separate company, $61.16 to pay personal debts, and $55 million for personal distributions, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing documents.
“The Dodgers are in bankruptcy...
An attorney representing the Dodgers and their owner, Frank McCourt, suggested Thursday that Giants fan Bryan Stow might bear some responsibility for the devastating attack that left him with serious brain damage. "One...
Season ticket holders on Tuesday were given an official voice in the Los Angeles Dodgers bankruptcy case, winning two seats on the team's creditors committee.
"The sty's the limit with Matt Kemp!"
Thanks to Fred's Brim for the link to this article about fantasy baseball: Modest Farmer, Managing Mogul (NY Times)
Thanks to Steve K. for the link to this behind-the-scenes look at the Astros unloading Hunter Pence and Michael Bourn. Anatomy of a Baseball Trade (Businessweek)
photo by Rajah Bose/New York Times
Bryan Stow with his children. An attorney for Dodgers owner Frank McCourt, defending the franchise against a lawsuit by San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, predicted that a jury will place some of the blame on the brained-damaged victim of the vicious opening day beating.