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Do you know the old saying, “If I didn’t have bad luck, I wouldn’t have any luck at all?” Well, that fits right into the theme of things as Scott Sizemore, the second baseman /third baseman for the Oakland Athletics who just re-tore his ACL that he had been recovering from and is now out for the remainder of the 2013 season.
The 28-year old, who was acquired via the Detroit Tigers by Oakland in 2011, was expected to fill in primarily as a second baseman until one emerged as a full-time starter. Even then Sizemore probably would had seen legitimate time as he has a decent enough glove along with pop in his bat to be an effective role player.
Look for Sizemore to make a run at the Major Leagues once again because of the earnings potential as well as his age. But as FFLockerRoom’s Ziad Dahdul would be quick to point out, the more the same injury occurs, the weaker that ligament and/or joint will be. Here is hoping to a full and speedy recovery.
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The results of second baseman Scott Sizemore’s MRI came back yesterday, and it was more bad news for the veteran infielder. The Oakland
Athletics have placed the 28-year-old on the disabled list with a tear of the
ACL in his left knee – according to Susan Slusser of The San Francisco
Chronicle – an injury that will sideline him for the rest of the season.
The Oakland A's had a two man bench last night courtesy of injuries to Josh Reddick and Scott Sizemore. Sizemore has been out since last Wednesday when he hurt his knee chasing a pop up. The injury was thought to be minor, but it is not clearing up. He will go for an MRI today tweeted Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle last night.
Sizemore is going to get...
The Oakland Athletics will be without infielder Scott Sizemore for the rest of the season. Sizemore tore his ACL in Tuesday game against the Angels. Sizemore missed all of 2012 with the same injury.
Sizemore went 1-for-6 with a double in two games before the injury.
Melvin texted Sizemore and was visibly shaken when relaying news to reporters. “Just awful … It’s devastating...
Oakland Athletics second baseman Scott Sizemore has undergone a second reconstructive surgery on his left knee as planned.
The A's say Sizemore had a procedure to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus. The surgery, performed by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla., was an ACL reconstruction using a patellar tendon graft, the team said.
Sizemore is scheduled...
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