Designated hitter Victor Martinez, who missed all of 2012 with a knee injury, returned to the lineup after a brief hiatus but had to leave after just one plate appearance. It’s not the knee, though; […]
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Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez has undergone a follow-up MRI exam that shows improvement in his injured left knee.
The Detroit Tigers say injured designated hitter Victor Martinez does not need reconstructive surgery for his anterior cruciate ligament.
Victor Martinez underwent microfracture surgery and got repairs to both the medial and lateral meniscus in his left knee Jan. 27, delaying a second surgery to fix his torn ACL by six to eight weeks. The procedure was performed by Dr. Richard Steadman in Vail, Colo
Victor Martinez had knee surgery and will need a second operation, another indication he is likely to miss the entire 2012 season.
Martinez underwent microfracture surgery and repairs to both the medial and lateral meniscus in his left knee on Friday, all of which occurred when he suffered a torn ACL during his off-season conditioning.
Victor Martinez was scheduled for a second opinion on his injured left knee, but Detroit was expecting confirmation of the original diagnosis Jan. 16 that he needs ACL surgery that effectively would end his season before it began.
The problem is Victor Martinez. who will miss this season with a knee injury, was the perfect 5th-hole to bat behind Miguel Cabrera.