Adding Injury to Insult

Crawford's wrist
(Stan Grossfeld / Globe Staff)

Crawford's Wrist Surgery Gets 2012 Off On the Wrong Foot

Carl Crawford Has Surgery on Wrist
Theo's Most Expensive Mistake Goes from Bad to Worse
Now We Know Bobby V Is Just Going to Tell Us What We Want to Hear
He Who Cannot Be Signed Long-Term Thanks to Crawford Gets $8.05 Million
So What Did the Red Sox Docs Know and When Did They Know It?
Wrist Injuries Are No Big Deal. Sincerely, Nomar Garciaparra
How Could This Happen You Ask? Go Ask the Captain
If He Thought John Henry Hated Him Before ...
File Under: Lighting $142 Million on Fire

"I knew he had some problems with his wrist during the season. But I didn't realize until talking to some people close to him this afternoon is that he had several injections during the season. That left wrist was bothering him during the year. He was fine with his bottom hand, had a lot of trouble following through. It bothered him. They figured, well, a couple months off at the end of the season it would be alright. He started hitting right after Christmas, it started bothering him again so he went to doctor Sheridan." -- Peter Gammons on NESN's Hot Stove Live


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