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“I never heard anything about a sheath,” were the exact words uttered by New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman about Mark Teixeira’s right wrist injury just 10 days ago via FOX Sports.
Well either Cashman needs a hearing test, or the Yankees need some new doctors, as last night I read on ESPN New York that Tex’s initial diagnosis was wrong.
There was no sprain; it was actually a tear in his tendon sheath.
Having had elbow tendon repair surgery myself, I can promise you that Tex will miss more than the allotted 10 weeks.
By going the non-surgical route the risk of a re-tear route are high, and usually the outcome is even worse the second time.
Tex is no dummy, as he knows the wrist needs to be at a 110% before he swings a bat again this season.
Selfishly I, like the rest of Yankee Universe, cannot imagine losing Tex for the entire season. But the avid tennis player in me, who three years later still cannot pick up a ra...
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From Peter Botte: Mark Teixeira returned to Yankees camp on Sunday after injuring his right wrist nearly two weeks ago while with Team USA before the start of the World Baseball Classic.
Teixeira clarified that the injury is to his tendon sheath, and not the tendon, as previously reported. After missing most of September last season because he returned too early from a calf injury...
“All I can continue to tell everyone is our commitment to the fans is never going to change. We will always field a championship-caliber
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team. Is our goal 189 next year? Yes. But only if I’m convinced if the team I see, that we’ve put together, is a championship-caliber team.”
That is what New York Yankees inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner...
Earlier this month, New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira was diagnosed with a wrist strain that would keep him sidelined for eight to 10 weeks, tabling his regular season debut until May. However, the wrist strain is actually a partially torn tendon sheath that could potentially require season-ending surgery. If the recovery process [...]
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If you ask the Yankeees about the extent of Mark Teixeira‘s wrist injury, they will tell you that he’s expected to miss 8-10 weeks while waiting for it to heal. If you ask Teixeira himself, well, he seems to think it might be a bit longer than that.
Teixeira told reporters at spring training that his injury is not a wrist strain, but that it’s actually partially torn tendon...
Mark Teixeira has rejoined the New York Yankees at spring training after hurting his right wrist earlier this month and plans to start limited baseball drills in about a week.
The first baseman said Sunday he hopes to play again in a month or two. He strained the wrist while swinging a weighted bat left-handed off a tee March 5 in an indoor cage during pregame warmups with the U...
New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira told reporters,
including Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, that there is a possibility that he could miss
all of May due to his wrist injury.
Mark Teixeira is in Tampa. He said his injury was to the tendon sheath and raised the possibility he could miss all of May.
— Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) March 17, 2013
Teixeira also confirmed...
It turns out that the injury to New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira, is a bit more serious than the sprained wrist he was diagnosed with a few weeks ago.
In a story courtesy of ESPN, Teixeira confirmed that he has a partially torn tendon sheath, and he isn’t sure how long he’s going to be sidelined.
“This is one of those things I can’t come back too early,” he...
The New York Yankees are facing one of the most daunting seasons in recent years. New York has a bloated roaster with huge contracts, an aging team and mounting injuries with Opening Day just two weeks away. The news got worse for the Yankees on Sunday when 1B Mark Teixeira revealed to reporters that he could miss up to two months of the regular season with a wrist injury that he...
From Anthony Rieber: Jeter, who broke the ankle in Game 1 of the ALCS last October, said he didn't think the stiffness was going to stop him from playing for the Yankees in the April 1 season opener against the Red Sox.
"Two weeks is plenty of time to get ready," he said.
However, asked when he might get back on the field, Jeter said: "I don't know. I...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says he doesn't know if injured captain Derek Jeter will be available to play for New York on Opening Day.
The shortstop received an anti-inflammatory injection in his surgically repaired left ankle and missed his second straight spring game on Wednesday.
''At this stage, I just don't know, so all I can do is acknowledge it...