Tag Archives: Injury


Johnathan Taylor suffers a Neck Injury

UPDATE #1 ON MARCH 8th at 2AM Eastern

The University of Georgia has put out a press release on Johnathan’s condition stating he will be moved to Shephard Center in Atlanta, Georgia. He underwent neck surgery to stabilize his spine Monday at St. Mary’s Hospital before being moved for rehab. You can check out the full statement from Georgia Media Relations by clicking here. Continue reading


Nolan Belcher Out for the Season

South Carolina junior LHP Nolan Belcher will miss the entire 2011 season as he will soon have surgery on his left arm for a torn Ulnar Collateral Ligament which is commonly referred to as Tommy John surgery. Belcher made eleven appearances (six starts) while going 3-1 with a 2.43 ERA last season for the defending national champions. He had a solid summer with the Orleans Firebirds in the Cape Cod Baseball League in seven appearances (one start) with a 1-0 record and a 1.93 ERA. He was outstanding as he struck out 15 batters in 9.1 innings of work. Continue reading


LA Tech’s John Anderson to Miss Season

Lousiana Tech RHP John Anderson will miss the 2011 season after not fully recovering from right arm surgery. Anderson required the surgery after the 2009 season and had a medical redshirt last season. The fifth year senior had eight career wins and two saves in 36 career appearances while fanning 78 batters in 83.1 innings of work while winning two letters with the program. Continue reading


Anthony Rendon is Ready to Go

Anthony Rendon received full clearance to resume all baseball activity after being on the sidelines for the last five months, according to Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle. Anthony suffered his second major ankle injury in the last two summers when he had a fracture dislocation on July 14th in a Team USA exhibition game. In 2009, he tore ligaments in that same ankle. Rendon won the 2010 Dick Howser Award given to the top college baseball player in the country after hitting .394 with 26 homers and 85 RBI. Continue reading