Red Sox outfielder has Tommy John surgery

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Red Sox outfielder has Tommy John surgery

From Comcast SportsNetBOSTON (AP) -- Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford has had season-ending surgery on his left elbow.The procedure to replace the torn ulnar collateral ligament in Crawford's throwing arm was performed Thursday by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla. The Red Sox said they expect Crawford to make a full recovery, estimated to take six to nine months.Crawford, who could be ready by spring training, is in the second season of a seven-year, 142 million contract with Boston. He hit. 282 with three homers and 19 RBIs after batting .255 with 11 homers and 56 RBIs last year.He missed the first 89 games this season while recovering from left wrist surgery, then hurt his elbow in April while rehabbing. He came off the disabled list July 16.

Tuesday, Jan. 17: Hershey Star Wars jerseys raise big bucks

Tuesday, Jan. 17: Hershey Star Wars jerseys raise big bucks

Here are all the links from around the hockey world and what I’m reading, while feeling like Felicity Jones could have been a little better on SNL last weekend. It didn’t feel like it was the right platform for her and she was just straight reading the cue cards in her monologue.  

*Congrats to the Hershey Bears, who raised over $42,000 for charity with their Empire-inspired Star Wars jerseys from last weekend.

*When Bruins winger Brad Marchand begins to score his value goes way, way up, according to TSN stat maven Scott Cullen.

*FOH (Friend of Haggs) Mike Harrington wants the Buffalo Sabres to get into “attack mode” rather than the passive mode they’ve been in for some time.

*A discussion about the NHL trade deadline and which players are likely to get moved still weeks and weeks away from that deadline.

*The Winnipeg Jets are searching for answers after another loss, and have called upon Ondrej Pavelec in a move of desperation.

*Funny commercial with Brent Burns and Joe Thornton, who have to be the ultimate bosom, bearded buddies in the NHL.

*For something completely different: as the next Lando, Donald Glover understands why the character is vital to the Star Wars universe.