Recent Examples of rotator from the Web
Chris Antonetti, Indians president of baseball operations, was asked if Kipnis' problem at the plate could be linked to him missing much of spring training with a strained rotator cuff in his right shoulder.
A native of Lima, Ohio, Lynch was the man who sacked Greg Cook on Sept. 29, 1969 and purportedly tore the rotator cuff in Cook's throwing shoulder – a severe injury today, let alone at that time when medical science was far less advanced.
Infielder Hanser Alberto had shoulder surgery on Monday to repair rotator cuff debridement.
LHP Chapman had been out since May 13 with inflammation in the rotator cuff of his pitching shoulder.
Chapman is on rehab assignment after missing a month with rotator cuff inflammation.
Colts owner Jim Irsay confirmed that Luck had labrum repair surgery, while Newton’s procedure was a debridement of the rotator cuff.
Spell said Stockstill, a mother of five, suffers from lupus and fibromyalgia and hurt her rotator cuff while in jail.
Decker suffered a torn rotator cuff and hip injury during the season.
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Medical Definition of rotator
: a muscle that partially rotates a part on its axis; specifically : any of several small muscles in the dorsal region of the spine arising from the upper and back part of a transverse process and inserted into the lamina of the vertebra above
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