Dillon Gee undergoes surgery for a clot.
Apparently UCLs and Toronto Blue Jays pitchers do not mix well.
One of the majors’ biggest boppers goes under the knife.
The Dodgers lose their shortstop for six weeks, meaning that all teams in the NL West have lost their shortstop at some point this season.
The Marlins hope that Carlos Lee will be able to help the offense out, since a couple stars are ailing.
Everything old is new again, including Oliver Perez’ stuff.
Mike Trout’s finger looks okay, but it’s another reminder to not slide head-first into bases.
Stephen Strasburg left his last start suffering from dehydration, but he should be ready to make his next turn in the rotation.
How many Altuves is Jose Altuve from the disabled list?
An expert on biomechanics and a team source talk about their approaches to evaluating and managing pitcher workloads.
The pitcher health problems in the AL East continue: The Yankees lose a pair of starting pitchers.
The Blue Jays finally get some good news about a starting pitcher.
Mark DeRosa and Jeff Karstens finally make their returns from the disabled list.
Has there been a significant increase in injuries in 2012?