Found October 13, 2012 on
MLB Injury News:
The Texas Rangers have announced that right-handed reliever
Mike Adams will undergo surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome next week, reports
Anthony Andro of FOXsportssouthwest.com.
Mike Adams will have surgery for TOS Oct. 18.
— Anthony Andro (@aandro) October 12, 2012
Adams was diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome prior to
the Rangers one-game Wild Card playoff game against the Baltimore Orioles. The
injury, which is basically a sore neck, kept the right-hander off the Rangers’
roster. It’s not seen as something extremely serious, but it certainly hampered
Adams enough during the end of the season to warrant surgery.
Now that the Rangers’ season is over, Adams will undergo the
procedure. The 34-year-old maintained an ERA and WHIP of 3.27 and 1.395 over 61
appearances spanning 52 1/3 innings for Texas this season.
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Texas Rangers reliever Mike Adams, who will be a free agent, will undergo surgery for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Thursday in Dallas.
Adams met with Dr. Greg Pearl yesterday and Pearl will perform the surgery.
Adams missed the final five games of the season because of what was thought to be a mild neck strain. He was diagnosed with TOS Sept. 30.
Adams went 5-3 with a 3.27 ERA for the...
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