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Rangers catcher Jose Trevino joined the Ben and Skin show live from Rangers spring training
The Rangers lost 95 games last year and finished in last place in the American League West, and there isn't a lot of optimism outside the organization that things will be better this season.
The Rundown: Darvish and Bryant Have Something to Prove, Tunney and Cardinals Rivalries Escalate, This Week’s New Spins
I don’t know about you, but I believe Yu Darvish and Kris Bryant can carry this team to a championship. When you have two elite players coming into camp with a drive to prove people wrong, bodes well for the season, don’t you think?
After months of pain, rehab, and doubt, Cubs pitcher Yu Darvish finally received a diagnosis on his injured elbow in his lost 2018 season: he was suffering from a stress reaction, a repetitive stress injury in a bone in the elbow that can ultimately cause a stress fracture.
Jesse Even, MD, is an orthopedic spine surgeon with Irving, Texas-based TMI Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery. He also serves as an orthopedic and spine surgery consultant for the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars.
Dr. Evens received his medical degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and underwent spine surgery fellowship training at UPMC. He serves as an orthopedic and spine consultant for the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars.
Rangers hard-throwing reliever Matt Bush has had surgery to repair a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament that will keep him out the first half of the 2019 season.
Spine technology adoption in a value-based practice — What's worth the investment? 3 Qs with Dr. Jesse Even
Jesse Even, MD, a spine surgeon with TMI Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery in Arlington, Texas, and a spinal and orthopedic consultant to the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars, discusses how he examines and selects new technology for his value-based spine practice.
CHICAGO (AP) – Chicago Cubs right-hander Yu Darvish has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow to clean out loose debris.
The good thing is that Andrew Miller's right knee is strong. The challenging thing is that Miller is still building strength in his left arm, which has limited his use out of the Indians' bullpen.