Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez recently suffered a minor injury that is not going to cause him to miss any time in spring training, so we’ll take it easier on him than we have on som
There are athletes who are injury prone, and then there is a more rare group of athletes who are weird injury prone. If you’re a regular LBS reader, you know that the latter are our favorites.
Spring training is an extremely dangerous time for MLB players. Just when you think you may have heard it all when it comes to bizarre injuries, something new comes along.
Another day, another MLB pitcher sidelined because of a bizarre injury.
Francisco Liriano was set to sign a two-year contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates this offseason, but the deal nearly fell apart when the left-hander suffered a broken arm.
Apparently it doesn’t even have to be baseball season for MLB players to keep piling up the bizarre injuries.
The Pittsburgh Pirates signed pitcher Francisco Liriano to a two-year, $12.75 million deal this offseason.
UNC Greensboro never stood a chance against North Carolina State in their 89-68 loss on Monday night, especially with Trevis Simpson on the bench.