That crowded Dodgers 40-man roster was made a tad smaller Friday when the Dodgers outrighted reliever Blake Hawksworth and outfielder Matt Angle to triple-A Albuquerque.
Hawksworth has had a tough go, missing all of last season with three surgeries. He had a pair of elbow surgeries before the 2012 season, then while rehabbing this summer he injured his shoulder and needed additional...
From BC to LA
In this installment of the Northwest Player Profiles, I’m taking a look at British Columbia, and Washington’s own Blake Hawskworth.
Born in Vancouver B.C., but raised in Sammamish Washington, Hawksworth is a true northwest original. Playing his high school ball at Eastlake High School, and his college ball at Bellevue Community, before taking his talents to the...
Not all the news on the first day catchers and pitchers were officially required to report was of the good variety. LIke spring could ever go that way. Usually, though, it waits until the first practice.
However, Manager Don Mattingly told reporters in Phoenix on Tuesday that right-handed reliever Blake Hawksworth would not be ready by opening day after undergoing a second surgery...
Los Angeles Dodgers: Reliever Blake Hawksworth had surgery on Wednesday to remove bone spurs and scar tissue. Probably going to be a bit late to Spring Training.
Los Angeles Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw was named the 2011 Sportsman Of The Year by the Los Angeles Sports Council. Well deserved.
Los Angeles Times: Tom Barrack‘s interest in purchasing the Dodgers confirmed.
Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth underwent a minor surgical procedure to remove scar tissue and shave down a bone spur in his right elbow. Hawksworth is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks. He should be pitching at some point in spring training and could be on the team’s opening-day roster.
Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth has undergone arthroscopic surgery to remove scar tissue and shave down a bone spur in his right elbow.
Hawksworth is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks. A team spokesman said Wednesday that Hawksworth should be ready to pitch sometime during spring training and could be on Los Angeles' opening-day roster.
The right-hander was 2-5 with...
Via AP on Fox
January 11, 2012
Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth underwent arthrscopic surgery on his right elbow.
Hawksworth had scar tissue removed and a bone spur shaved down in his elbow during the procedure.
He is expected to need four to six weeks to recover.
Hawksworth made 49 appearances with the Dodgers last season, compiling a 2-5 record and 4.08 ERA.
Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth should be ready for major league competition well in advance of the team's April 5 season opener following arthroscopic surgery on Wednesday to remove a bone spur and scar tissue from his right elbow.
January 11, 2012
Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that reliever Blake Hawksworth will have surgery on January 11th.
Dodgers reliever Blake Hawksworth is scheduled to undergo a minor surgical procedure Wednesday to remove scar tissue and shave down a bone spur in his right elbow.
Hawksworth is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks. He should be pitching at some point in spring...
Dodgers right-handed reliever Blake Hawksworth will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his elbow Wednesday to remove a bone spur and scar tissue only five weeks before the opening of Spring Training, the club announced.