From Anothony McCarron:Alex Rodriguez’s surgeon, Dr. Bryan Kelly, told the Yankees that he discovered less cartilage damage in A-Rod’s hip than expected, a good sign that the third baseman will have fewer complications as he tries to come back, a source said.
“It was minimal,” the source said. “Now it’s up to his rehab.”
Minimal cartilage damage means “they...
According to Dr. Bryan Kelly, Alex Rodriguez had successful surgery on Wednesday that found less cartilage damage in the left hip of the shopworn, and juiceless, 10-time Silver Slugger Award winner. The 37-year-old Rodriguez, who acquired the bynames “A-Fraud” and … Continue reading →
According to the Associated Press, an anonymous person familiar with A-Rod’s diagnosis during surgery said that very little cartilage damage was found in the sluggers injured left hip.
Leading up to the procedure, Dr. Bryan Kelly said that the extent of cartilage damage was a concern, and could not be determined before surgery. The operation was a success and went as planned without...
Alex Rodriguez's surgeon says the New York Yankees third baseman probably will be ready to return to the field after the All-Star break.
''It would be great if he returns faster. Possible that it would take longer,'' Dr. Bryan Kelly of the Hospital for Special Surgery said Tuesday.
Kelly is scheduled to operate Jan. 16 on the 37-year-old's left hip, which...
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January 09, 2013
The eternal publicity war over Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez - who in terms of public opinion is currently running neck and neck with brain cancer - has a new player: Dr. Bryan Kelly, hip surgeon to the stars, sez Joel Sherman of the Morning Murdoch. In today's grist, Doc Kelly says the reason Alex pulled an Al Roker last October was the inflamed state of his hip, whose MRIs resemble...
It is the Emerald Isle Classic gives us Notre Dame and Navy, hooking up in Dublin Ireland. Is Notre Dame back? Have they finally returned to glory? Let’s see them regain dominance of Navy, first. Who turns red first? Bryan Kelly or the drunk Irish fans? That should have been a prop bet.