Recapping the highs, along with the lows, from Major League Baseball. Shohei Ohtani certainly knows how to provide both.
I didn’t stay to see them close the roof. Not like those first years, inchoate, with open mouth and wide eyes. It was a ritual at the end of each and every game: Strauss’ theme to 2001: A Space Odyssey would begin to echo over a crowd whispering their oohs and ahhs, and then once…
No worries, everyone, as Ronald Acuna makes his debut and Yoan Moncada does his thing.
Early data (and it’s still so early) suggests that Skaggs is starting to get long-awaited results. But keep watching him closely.
It has been a busy week for Tommy John hand-wringing. The problem isn’t that implementing solutions will be challenging, but that those solutions don’t exist.
Remembering the late Dr. Frank Jobe’s medical marvel.
Numbers play a big part in determining who’s a Hall of Famer, but timing, contemporaries, and other historical accidents also make their impact felt.
After hurting his elbow in 1974, Tommy John’s successful 11-year career with the Indians, White Sox and Dodgers looked like it was over. But Dr. Frank Jobe and his partner Dr. Robert Kerlan parlayed a long-shot procedure (ulnar collateral replacement surgery) into 14 more productive years for John’s left elbow.