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JAIME GARCIA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Frustration? Yeah, and then some as Garcia goes under the knife again

ST. LOUIS -- The sad career of Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia took another unfortunate turn Tuesday when the team said he would undergo his third season-ending surgery. And yes, "sad" is as fair a word as any to describe the left-hander's career over the past three years. Well, the past two years and 51 weeks, anyway. It was on July 13, 2011, that Garcia signed...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals' Garcia to undergo thoracic surgery

ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia will undergo thoracic outlet surgery Friday to relieve nerve issues in his pitching arm, shoulder and hand. General manager John Mozeliak said Tuesday that Garcia considered the operation his last viable option. The announcement was made on Garcia's 28th birthday. The Cardinals had already ruled Garcia out for the year and were...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

The Jaime Garcia Injury Drama Has Boiled Over

In a season that has an unexpected amount of on-field tumult, frustrations have crept outside the lines and boiled over into the media. “Do I sound frustrated? Do I look frustrated? I am frustrated.” That’s a John Mozeliak quote from Joe Strauss’ column today in the Post-Dispatch. He’s specifically talking about Jaime Garcia’s decision to end his season by undergoing...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals Injury Update: Jaime Garcia to undergo season-ending surgery

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jaime Garcia made a season-ending decision without consulting his general manager, John Mozeliak. Garcia will undergo surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, meaning that he is out for the remainder of 2014. The announcement comes Saturday afternoon via Cardinals beat writer Alex Halsted of MLB.com.Things have changed quickly on the Jaime Garcia front...
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Garcia says he may need more surgery

ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia told reporters he may need additional shoulder surgery because he's experiencing nerve issues and numbness in his hand. Garcia's comments came as news to general manager John Mozeliak, who said he hadn't discussed the situation with the player. Mozeliak said Saturday the Cardinals had basically ruled Garcia out for...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Poll: Who should replace Jaime Garcia in the St. Louis Cardinals starting rotation?

Wow, Sunday was a rough day for Cardinal Nation. They were getting over the news that Kolen Wong was placed on the disabled list, then late in the day a shocker came. The Cardinals lost 40% of their starting rotation when Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia were also going to be disabled. Sammy Stava has more information on that HERE. The question then became who would replace them?...
Via Cardinals Farm
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Jaime Garcia set to return to Cardinals rotation and other notes

Tyler Lyons was placed on the 15-day DL today, one day after getting roughed up by the Cubs.  While that is an interesting move (considering that Mike Matheny left him in the game long enough to give up 9 runs in 4 innings), what is more interesting is who might replace him in the rotation...Jaime Garcia.Garcia pitched 5 innings on Monday for AAA Memphis, giving up just 2 runs on...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: More questions about Jaime Garcia’s health

St. Louis Cardinals: More questions about Jaime Garcia’s healthIn recent years a common theme during spring training for the St. Louis Cardinals has been major injuries.  This year appears no different as pitcher Jaime Garcia left spring training in Jupiter to go back to St. Louis for tests on his sore shoulder and Garcia injuries are becoming an annual tradition of their own...
Via isportsweb.com
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals have pitching depth, but Jaime Garcia still vital to starting rotation

The St. Louis Cardinals have as much, and in many cases more, talent on their pitching staff than any team in Major League Baseball, but a pitcher who missed the final four months of the 2013 season could still be a key factor in how the staff looks in 2014. Lefthanded starting pitcher Jaime Garcia was 5-2 with a 3.58 earned-run average through nine starts into mid-May when he finally...
Via i70baseball
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

How would you replace Jaime Garcia?

After left-hander Jaime Garcia struggled through 51 pitches in just two innings on Monday in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 12-4 National League Division Series win over Washington, he was pulled from the game.Garcia reported a return of shoulder discomfort, which he had felt in a recent bullpen session, but apparently did not share with anyone. He had missed two months of the season...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
October 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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