A public relations firm hired by Alex Rodriguez leaked documents to Yahoo! Sports in February linking Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun and Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli to the Biogenesis doping ring, according to documents filed by Major League Baseball in Manhattan Supreme Court Tuesday.
In its petition for an order compelling Michael S. Sitrick, owner of the Sitrick &...
Francisco Cervelli knows the tag will probably always be there. He's already heard it as has his family.
"Maybe it's a thing you have to carry forever" the Yankees catcher said Tuesday after a workout at the team's minor-league complex.
Cervelli was among 13 players accepting 50-game suspensions officially announced Aug. 5 by Major League Baseball...
According to New York Yankees' general manager Brian Cashman, catcher Francisco Cervelli is scheduled to see Dr. James Andrews and may be lost for the rest of the season.
As reported by Bryan Hoch of MLB.com,
"Cervelli is set to see Andrews on Monday because of discomfort in his
right elbow, Cashman said. Cervelli has also been having issues with
New York Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli will likely need another month before he's back with the team.
Manager Joe Girardi said Thursday that an MRI test on Cervelli revealed a stress reaction in his right elbow. He has been shut down from activity for two weeks. Girardi said the injury arose in the last few days and acknowledged the 27-year-old probably won't return...
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July 04, 2013
Francisco Cervelli suffered a setback on his road to returning to the Bronx, according to Andy McCullough of the Newark Star Ledger.
Cervelli experienced a stress reaction in his right elbow and will be shut down indefinitely. He was close to beginning a rehab assignment and was projected to be back some time just after the All-Star break. This will obviously slow him down and put...
Earlier we learned that New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has been cleared for all baseball-related activities. Here are a few
additional updates on ailing Yankees players Francisco Cervelli and Eduardo Nunez.
Nunez has been battling an oblique injury, and yesterday
manager Joe Girardi told reporters that the infielder is continuing to take dry
swings at the team’s...
Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli has left New York's game against the Toronto Blue Jays Friday night after being hit on the right hand by a foul tip with the fifth pitch of the first inning.
Cervelli was holding his throwing hand just above his knee when Rajai Davis fouled a pitch from Ivan Nova straight back. Cervelli immediately looked at his hand and flexed it several times...
Via AP on Fox
April 26, 2013
So now Francisco Cervelli's name has also been found on records linked to the Biogenesis Clinic. Cervelli, for his part, has denied any wrongdoing. In a series of tweets last night he stated the following:Following my foot injury in March 2011, I consulted with a number of experts, including BioGenesis Clinic, for (cont)— Francisco Cervelli (@fran_cervelli) February 6, 2013...
Not so long ago, the MLB offseason was considered one of the most exciting times for New York Yankee fans.
Francisco Cervelli (Photo credit: Keith Allison)
It was a time when hot stove headlines were greedily hogged by the Bronx Bombers with news of the team’s latest, big-name acquisition.
Well my friend, those days are long gone, as it is safe to say that I am not confident...
Francisco Cervelli headlines the list of initial Yankee call-ups. (Photo Credit: Brent Mayne)
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre may have won the International League North Division Championship, but the playoff push wasn’t enough to prevent the club from getting stripped of some key components at the start of call-up season. The Yankees announced today that they have recalled six players from...