Baseball season has finally taken off. The Los Angeles Dodgers find themselves back out in Camelback Ranch, Phoenix, Arizona for spring training. The players will soon start reporting for practice, but there will be one player missing. The twenty-seven year old closer, Kenley Jansen, will not be reporting to any further spring training practices after having surgery on his left foot...
Kenley Jansen. Photo Credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images.
Los Angeles Dodgers‘ closer Kenley Jansen began feeling pain in his left foot after running last. After being examined, a growth was found on one of the bones in Jansen’s foot.
The growth was removed Tuesday by doctors at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. According to a statement issued by the team Jansen...
Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen underwent surgery on his left foot and is expected to be out eight to 12 weeks, per team announcement on Tuesday.
Kenley Jansen today had surgery to remove a growth from a bone in his left foot. Recovery time estimated 8-12 weeks. http://t.co/18BreYBIe3
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) February 18, 2015
Jansen reported discomfort after running...
Honestly, the Dodgers don’t really need to sign a reliever to make up for Kenley Jansen‘s production. They aren’t going to find anyone good at this stage and there are some solid internal options. But, we all know things won’t go this way. Or will they?
Andrew Friedman indicated the Dodgers will probably evaluate in-house closer options initially with Kenley Jansen out...
The Dodgers got some bad news on Tuesday – closer Kenley Jansen is expected to miss 8-12 weeks following foot surgery. That timetable puts his return, at the earliest, a week into the 2015 season. Here’s the official press release from the club via Dodger Thoughts.
This morning at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, Dodger pitcher Kenley Jansen underwent surgery to remove a growth...
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Oddly — or, I don’t know, maybe it’s not — the tenor of discussion following last night’s extra-inning loss is less about Brandon League being terrible than it is about Kenley Jansen being unable to hold onto a 2-1 lead in the ninth inning.
For clarity, here’s what Jansen did. He struck out Hector Sanchez on four pitches. Then, he got Angel Pagan to hit a grounder...