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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.
Like Luck, Brees had a labrum repair — but Brees’ injury was catastrophic, a complete labrum tear and damage to the rotator cuff.
Placed on the 10-day disabled list on Thursday because of rotator-cuff fatigue, Cahill has a matter of weeks to rest his right arm and return to a club in a competitive postseason race.
The plan would offer extra rest for Kennedy, who has battled rotator-cuff fatigue for the last month, and for left-hander Jason Vargas, who will start Sunday and whose performance has flat lined in the second half.
Harper says there are a few factors that can lead to this poor positioning, but the most likely culprit is lack of flexibility in the upper and middle spine (called the thoracic spine) and internal rotator muscles of the shoulders.
New York Mets: 1 ►David Wright adds rotator-cuff surgery to physical woes. 25.
New York Mets: +1 ►David Wright adds rotator-cuff surgery to physical woes. 25.
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