สมัครเล่น GClub Tony Stewart underwent a third leg surgery on Monday “to examine and close a wound on his shin” from his August sprint car accident according to his team.
The Stewart-Haas Racing release said that Stewart will remain in the hospital for observation.
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“The surgery served as a proactive measure and team officials do not expect it to impact Stewart’s return to the No. 14 Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1 Chevrolet in 2014,” the team’s statement said.
จีคลับรอยัล Stewart suffered a fracture of his right tibia and fibula on August 5 at Oskaloosa Speedway in Iowa. Immediately after the crash he had surgery to clean the fracture and on August 8 a second surgery was performed to put a metal rod in Stewart’s leg and put the tibia in its anatomical position.
Mark Martin, Austin Dillon and Max Papis have replaced Stewart this season and the three-time Cup champ said his recovery timetable is on track for the 2014 Daytona 500.
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Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera could never quite get to full strength this season while dealing with multiple leg injuries. But it turns there was a good, albeit scary explanation for his complications.
According to the Associated Press, Cabrera recently went in to have an MRI done after experiencing pain in his lower back. On Aug. 30, Cabrera underwent surgery to remove a benign tumor that was putting pressure on his spine. Enough pressure, in fact, to easily explain why his body wasn’t recuperating or allowing him to play pain free.
That’s more than a little frightening, but the good news is the tumor was benign and was removed without complications, meaning Cabrera’s recovery time will only be two weeks and he’ll be ready to go by spring training.
Before the operation, Cabrera was already figured to be out for the season after landing on the disabled list with an ankle injury on Aug. 1. Now he’ll have a good five months to get that healed and then work on getting the strength back in his legs. It should make a difference for Cabrera, and the Blue Jays can now hope to get some sort of return on that two-year, $16 million contract they handed him last winter.
Of course Cabrera has also had ties to Biogenesis and served a 50-game suspension last season as a result. I’m sure at some point we’ll even hear speculation that his use of PEDs may have played a role in his health issue. They may very well have, but that’s a topic that can be discussed down the road by smarter people than myself. The most important thing to note right now is that Cabrera is healthy and will soon be on the road to recovery.