It was recently reported that free agent outfielder Grady Sizemore resumed baseball-related activities. While this would indicate he's approaching his return to full health, Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN reports that Sizemore is still "a ways away from getting on the field."
For those asking about FA Grady Sizemore w/ Hicks hurt, I checked today. He's still ...
Free agent outfielder Grady Sizemore has resumed
participating in baseball-related activities after missing all of last season
due to a lingering knee injury, according to Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe.
Cafardo adds that so far Sizemore hasn’t faced any setbacks
in his attempt at returning to Major League Baseball. He re-signed with the
Cleveland Indians prior to...
Grady Sizemore has resumed baseball activities and may be available to teams by the middle of the summer. Sizemore underwent microfracture surgery last September in his right knee, and while his career was in doubt, he has yet to experience any setbacks.The former Indian was once a premiere outfielder but has seen his playing time derailed by injuries since the end of 2009.Playing...
Last we heard from former Cleveland Indians All-Star Grady Sizemore, he was eyeing a mid-season return to the game when he was healthy enough to compete again.
Per a Boston Globe report by Nick Cafardo today, it appears that the 30-year-old has indeed resumed activities. Here’s his tidbit when discussing Boston’s plans and other notable acquisitions on the market:
6. Grady Sizemore...
The New York Mets are reportedly hot on the trail of former Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore.
Heard the #Mets are very interested in Grady Sizemore. He’s coming off microfracture surgery, but I would def take a shot w him.
— Kevin Burkhardt (@KBurkhardtSNY) December 20, 2012
Sizemore is coming off a second microfracture knee surgery and is not expected to be healthy ...
Acquired 10 years ago in one of the most one-sided deals in recent
baseball history, by age 25 he had become a three-time all-star and
two-time Gold Glove center fielder. However, Grady Sizemore, a free agent now
at age 30, has missed most of the past season and a half due to
recurring back and knee injuries.
Sizemore's agent, Joe
Urbon, disclosed on MLB.com...
Grady Sizemore’s agent, Joe Urbon, confirmed that the former Cleveland Indians outfielder had microfracture surgery on his right knee this past September.
Sizemore previously had microfracture surgery on his left knee in 2010, one of the several operations he has undergone since his stretch of MVP-like performances between 2006-2008. Though Sizemore missed all of the 2012 season...
Grady Sizemore, a player once regarded as an up-and-coming, five-tool superstar, is reportedly eyeing a return to the diamond in 2013, and the Red Sox are apparently doing their homework.
The Red Sox have “checked in” on Sizemore, according to the Boston Herald’s Michael Silverman.
Now, teams tend to do a lot of “checking in” this time of year, but it’s an interesting...
Grady Sizemore appears to be headed back to the Indians.
The free-agent outfielder is in serious discussions with his previous team, according to major-league sources.
One source said the odds of the Indians re-signing Sizemore were "70-30." Another source said a deal was "very likely."
By staying with the Indians, Sizemore would remain with the doctors and...