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NEW YORK -- Boston Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford's season might soon be over, and his team might not be far behind. But the rival New York Yankees seem to be just getting started after an impressive week, capped by a 4-1 win over the Sox on Sunday night that featured three hits, two home runs and one curtain call by Ichiro Suzuki. The Yankees also got another gem from Hiroki Kuroda, three hits from Derek Jeter and a RBI double from Curtis Granderson in his first at-bat as a cleanup hitter for the Yankees. "I was embarrassed," Ichiro said of taking the curtain call after his second homer in the sixth inning, when he emerged to wave his helmet. But he acknowledged that the reaction of Yankees fans to him has been one of the "special" moments of his career. "It felt so good, you know. Sometimes you just don't know how to react on the field, the timing of when to acknowledge it, but it definitely felt good." Things are not feeling too g...
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It has been known for some time that Carl Crawford needs Tommy John surgery, but we haven't known if it would be definite. Now we know Carl is going to follow doctor's orders and has opted for the surgery.
“Carl intends to follow the course recommended by the medical professionals who have been treating him, in whom he has full confidence,” agent Brian Peters wrote...
This has been a disappointing season for the Boston Red Sox and the news just got worse for the team from Beantown. OF Carl Crawford will undergo surgery on his left elbow ulnar collateral ligament tear. Crawford missed the first 89 games of the 2012 season for the Red Sox and joined the MLB franchise shortly after the All-Star break.
Crawford had thoughts about having...
Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery Tuesday, ESPNBoston.com reported Sunday, based on information from a source. However, the report also said Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said a decision on a course of action for Crawford had not yet been made. The surgery would be performed to repair the torn ulnar collateral ligament...
The Boston Herald confirmed in a report on Monday that Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford will have Tommy John surgery on his left elbow. According to the report, the decision was made after Crawford spoke with the team’s medical staff earlier today.
Crawford has been suffering from what the team is calling a chronic left elbow ulnar collateral ligament tear. The pain has...
It was officially announced that Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford will have season-ending Tommy John surgery this Thursday. After discussing the idea with management, all were in agreement that now is the best time. After having such a terrible season last year, respect must be given to Crawford for attempting to play this season so he can prove to everyone that the talent...
The Boston Red Sox announced Monday that outfielder Carl Crawford will have Tommy John surgery on his left elbow on Thursday. An ESPN.com report on Sunday said Crawford would have the Tommy John surgery, but general manager Ben Cherington had said then that a decision would not be made until Monday. The Red Sox released a statement on Monday, which read: "Carl Crawford...
The Red Sox released the following statement about Carl Crawford this afternoon:
"Carl Crawford has a chronic left elbow ulnar collateral ligament tear. While he has been following a conservative treatment protocol and playing with this injury, his symptoms are getting worse. After consultation with the Boston Red Sox medical staff and with Dr. James Andrews, the decision...
Please don’t make me play another game with this elbow..
As was widely expected, Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford, the Boston medical staff, and the famous Dr. James Andrews all concurred that Crawford’s elbow was not getting any better, and that he would need to undergo Tommy John surgery, typically known as a procedure for pitchers. On August 5th, Bloodysox posted an article...
Boston's Carl Crawford needs Tommy John surgery but doesn't want to
bail on team.
While I was in a battle with technology the past few days (it won obviously), let's recap what I missed.
The Boston Red Sox lost to the New York Yankees on Sunday night 4-1. The Red Sox announced that they had fired pitching coach Bob McClure on Monday afternoon. And later in the day, the world's worst kept secret of Carl Crawford needing Tommy John surgery was made official...
Outfielder Daniel Nava will be activated from the disabled list to replace Carl Crawford and be part of the platoon in left field with Crawford out for the season. Crawford, scheduled for season-ending Tommy John surgery on his left elbow, hit .282 with 19 RBIs in 31 games. Nava, 29, homered in a rehab assignment appearance Monday for Triple-A Pawtucket. He's been on the disabled...
A.B. Not much left to say here. As of this morning the Red Sox sit 7 games back from the last wild card spot with 39 games left. Carl Crawford has been placed on the DL to undergo Tommy-John surgery. The writing is on the wall (in large-bold-black lettering); THE RED SOX ARE DONE.
And if a picture is worth 1,000 words – here are 12,000 to sum up a terrible 2012 for the Boston Red Sox:
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump.
The slumping Boston Red Sox will have a new pitching coach for the remainder of their tumultuous first season under manager Bobby Valentine.
Bob McClure was fired Monday and replaced by Randy Niemann...
On Around the Diamond 25, Tony, Adam and Scott will tackle the big stories in baseball from this past week and there were plenty to go around including:
The Rocket lifting off again?
“The Hailin’ Venezuelan and The Prince of Detroit”
“Spoiled Melk”, a Cabrera that disappointed this week was Giants slugger Melky Cabrera.
Another Red Sock down, Carl Crawford opts for Tommy...
Here is tonight's lineup vs. the Angels:
Ciriaco 3B Pedroia 2B Ellsbury CF Gonzalez 1B Ross RF Saltalamacchia C Nava DH Aviles SS Podsednik LF
Roster Note: Daniel Nava got called up to replace Carl Crawford who headed on the DL today to prepare for his Tommy John surgery on Thursday. He'll be DHing in tonight's game.
Game time is at 7:10pm EST.