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According to a report, former Brewers lefty Randy Wolf will miss the entire 2013 season due to the need to undergo Tommy John surgery. Wolf, 36, tore a ligament in September against the Red Sox in Boston. The veteran plans to return to the big leagues following rehab. Wolf’s tenure with the Brewers was sometimes rocky, particularly 2012, but hopefully he’s able to end his career on a non-injury note.
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Randy Wolf will undergo Tommy John surgery next week. Wolf will miss all of the 2013 season.The 36-year-0ld left handed pitcher told reporters that he plans to pitch again.
Last season Wolf compiled a 5.65 ERA and a 1.57 WHIP for the Milwaukee Brewers and Baltimore Orioles.
This news is not surprising as Dan Connolly reported in late September that Wolf intended to pitch again...
Free agent left-hander Randy Wolf plans to undergo a second Tommy John surgery, and he will miss all of next season, according to the Baltimore Sun and MASNsports.com. The operation will be performed next week, the Sun reported. The 36-year-old veteran told the newspaper he plans to return to pitch in 2014. Wolf also had Tommy John surgery in 2005. Wolf split this season between...
In part two of my (hopefully) 52 part series, Better Know a 2012 Oriole, I take a look at Mark Reynolds... the fightin' judge dread*!
* Reynolds' is often referred to as the Sheriff (of Swatingham) and, in Scotland, sheriffs are actually judges. Dread is also what many feel when they see Reynolds out in the field, or at the plate in a situation where you just need a...
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A well deserved honor for Buck Showalter. I still cannot believe what the Orioles have done this season. In the end, although the players ultimately decide what the end result is after each game, you have to appreciate the influence that Showalter had on his troops and game preparation.
That all led to a great 2012 season and the revitalization of baseball amongst Oriole fans.
After the 2012 season, it’s easy to accept the Royals will always lose and nothing will change. It’s hard to be optimistic and defend a sports team who hasn’t been above .500 since 2003 and not in the playoffs since 1985.
So should I and other Royals fans be more optimistic? I think so. Look, if the Baltimore Orioles can make the playoffs, so can the Royals.
You could call...