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The Orioles got both good and bad news from a MRI taken Saturday on pitcher Jason Hammel's painful right knee, which forced him out of Friday's game in the fourth inning. There is no new damage, but loose-body cartilage has floated in a knee joint...
Tags: Sports, Ronny Paulino, Arts, Miguel Gonzalez, Brian Matusz
The Baltimore SunJason Hammel has made the decision to have surgery on his right knee and likely will be out at least a month. Hammel, the Orioles top starter who is 8-6 with a 3.54 ERA in 18 starts, is expected to have the surgery Monday morning. Orioles orthopedist...
The Orioles will be without their top starting pitcher for at least a month now that right-hander Jason Hammel has decided to have loose cartilage surgically removed from his right knee. Hammel, who was forced out of Friday's game because of intense pain...
Tags: Zach Britton, Sports, Chris Tillman, Brian Matusz, Joe Randa
The Baltimore SunNothing of true consequence has transpired yet at Ravens training camp, not even an actual preseason game -- the best litmus tests for who's worthy of inclusion on the roster. That doesn't mean impressions aren't being formed, though, as the Ravens are...
Tags: Tandon Doss, Weight, Sergio Kindle, Jah Reid, Justin Boren
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade will have surgery on his left knee, preventing him from participating in the London Olympics. Wade gave the news to USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo and Olympic Coach Mike Krzyzewski on Thursday in a phone call. ...
Mayor Greg Ballard is recovering after undergoing knee surgery Tuesday morning, the mayor’s office confirmed. Officials said the mayor felt pain in his knee while in Europe last week for an economic development trip. They said he had a similar...
Tags: Knee Arthroscopy, Local Government
Anyone who watches sports even only occasionally realizes how devastating knee injuries are for star athletes. Typically, athletes who suffer from an ACL injury are out for the rest of the season and must undergo knee surgery with a six to eight week...
Tags: Bones and Joints, Health, Legs, Physical Therapists, Arthritis
HealthAfter nearly two years of unusual stiffness and pain, 12-year-old Taylor de Castro of Upper Saucon Township was diagnosed with oligoarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), which causes pain and swelling and affects joints such as knees, ankles,...
Baltimore County schools Superintendent Joe A. Hairston formally announced Friday that he will leave his post this June, saying he has a record of success. Speaking at a news conference, Hairston pointed to improved academic achievement of African-...
Q: I'm in my late 70s and have been getting four cortisone shots a year for the past several years for arthritis in my knee. They really help with the pain, but I've heard that, long-term, there could be bad side effects. Should I be worried? A:...
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