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New York Daily News Oct 1, 2014
Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran undergoes right elbow surgery

Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran undergoes right elbow surgery

Carlos Beltran finally underwent surgery to remove loose pieces and a bone spur from his right elbow, a procedure he's needed since May.
River Ave. Blues Sep 30, 2014

Carlos Beltran undergoes successful elbow surgery

Carlos Beltran had “loose pieces” and the bone spur removed from his right elbow earlier today, the Yankees announced. The team says he can begin throwing and hitting in approximately six weeks and can begin playing in approximately 12 weeks. The procedure isn’t expected to have any sort of impact on his usual offseason routine. […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogCarlos Beltran undergoes successful elbow surgery The post Carlos Beltran undergoes successful elbow surgery appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 30, 2014
Yankees' Carlos Beltran has elbow surgery

Yankees' Carlos Beltran has elbow surgery

Team expects him to be ready for spring training

Beltran has bone spur surgery

The Yankees just sent the following update on Carlos Beltran. Sounds like his offseason schedule shouldn’t be thrown off by much if it’s thrown off at all. — Earlier today at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Carlos Beltran underwent surgery to remove loose pieces and a bone spur from his right elbow. The surgery was performed by Yankees […] The post Beltran has bone spur surgery appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
KFFL Sep 30, 2014

Yankees | Carlos Beltran has surgery

New York Yankees OF Carlos Beltran (elbow) underwent surgery to remove loose bone spurs in ...
Viva El Birdos Sep 30, 2014
Is right field a St. Louis Cardinals strength or weakness this postseason?

Is right field a St. Louis Cardinals strength or weakness this postseason?

With Carlos Beltran manning right field last October, the position was a strength for the Cardinals. With Beltran gone, is right field a strength or a weakness this postseason? *Last October, Carlos Beltran patrolled right field for the National League pennant-winning St. Louis Cardinals. Beltran batted .296/.339/.491 (.359 wOBA, 131 wRC+) during the 2013 regulations season. He smooth switch-hitter is also one of if not the greatest postseason batter in the history of baseball as reflected by his career .333/.445/.683 (.469 wOBA, 195 wRC+) October stat line. While Beltran's defensive range...

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