(Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports) News has come in that Brian Roberts will have surgery to repair a hamstring tendon behind his knee. As an Oriole fan it’s hard to watch one of your favorite players fall apart. Brian was a excellent lead off guy who could steal a base when needed, maybe one of the best to steal 3rd. While having good speed, he wasn’t a blazer like Ricky Henderson...
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts has not been the healthiest of players in recent years. After being ready to start the season on the O's roster, Roberts injured his right hamstring during the first week of the season and ended up on the 15-day DL. Roberts has shown no signs of returning during the last month and it has now emerged that surgery is required.
Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will undergo surgery on his ailing right hamstring, a procedure that will add an extra six weeks to his time on the disabled list.
Roberts was placed on the DL with a strained right hamstring on April 5. Unsatisfied with his recovery, Roberts visited Dr. Daniel Cooper in Dallas on Wednesday for a second opinion.
After the consultation, Roberts...
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15 days ago
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts hit the
disabled list at the beginning of the season with a right hamstring strain. The
veteran is now walking without a limp, but manager Buck Showalter told
reporters – including Eduardo Encina of The Baltimore Sun – that “it’s going to
be a challenge” for Roberts to return from the disabled list when he’s
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts was injured
during Thursday’s contest against the Tampa Bay Rays. The veteran had to be
assisted off the field, and fans prepared for the worst-possible news
considering Roberts’ lengthy injury history. Dan Connolly of The Baltimore Sun
announced yesterday that Roberts was diagnosed with a ruptured tendon in the
back of his...
The Baltimore Orioles got a bit of good news surroudning second baseman Brian Roberts on Friday, when Britt Ghiroli of MLB.com reported that Roberts would miss three to four weeks after rupturing the ligament behind his knee that connects the knee to the hamstring. Roberts won't need surgery on the injury
The injury occured in the ninth inning of Batlimore's 6-3 win over...
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will undergo an MRI after injuring his right hamstring while stealing second base in the ninth inning of Thursday's 6-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Roberts, limited to 17 games because of injuries last season, said he felt something pop behind his right knee during his last couple steps to the base.
Manager Buck Showalter...
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April 04, 2013
The Baltimore Orioles could be without their star second baseman for quite some time. He said he felt a pop when he was injured on a steal attempt. Generally a pop means a tear. If Roberts tore his hamstring, he will be sidelined for months.
According to Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun, Roberts was attempting a steal of second base when he felt pain in the bottom part...
People questioned him. People in the game, people with the Orioles, even people in the media privately wondered what the heck was wrong with Brian Roberts.
How come the second baseman was taking so long to recover from post-concussion symptoms? When was he going to play again? Did he even want to play anymore?
Roberts heard the whispers. And for 13 months as he struggled to get...
This is a piece I wrote for MASN Sports this morning. I've got a feeling this is going to be a hot topic for quite a while. ***As we all know, veteran Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts returned to competitive baseball last night as he played three innings for the Double-A Bowie Baysox last night. Roberts is playing for the Baysox as part of a rehabilitation assignment. He...