Eric Gagne has a torn ligament in his pitching elbow, and the Dodgers are bracing themselves for the possibility that their All-Star closer could require surgery that could end his season and jeopardize his chance to return next year "There's a tear in it," athletic trainer Stan Johnston said. "How big it is has yet to be determined." In case of surgery, the standard repair is the so-called Tommy John procedure, which generally requires 12 to 18 months of rehabilitation. Gagne had that operation in the minor leagues and sat out the 1997 season.
BabySitler wrote:Hoe many have lost both Chad Fox and Eric Gagne to elbows... WOW. MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
But who is chad fox?
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