Toronto Blue Jays’ Vernon Wells Undergoes Wrist Surgery

Posted: 14th November 2009 by Adam Bernacchio in MLB
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According to the Toronto Star , Toronto Blue Jays OF Vernon Wells had surgery on Thursday to repair cartilage damage in his left wrist. The surgery was a success and Wells is expected to be ready by spring training. Wells, who played with pain in his wrist all season hit a disappointing .250 with 15 home runs with a .711 OPS. Really not what the Blue Jays were hoping for when they signed him to that enormous contract. ThatÆs the type of contract that will get a GM firedûoh wait, it did. Ever since Wells signed his seven-year, $126 million contract after the 2006 season, he has had nothing but bad luck. In 2007, Wells hurt his shoulder and broke his wrist In 2008, Wells had a groin injury In 2009, Wells was playing with a left wrist injury. If I was a GM who was interesting and coul ...

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