- Honolulu Menehune (OROU)
- Team Admiral Lackbar (TRAP)
- Bash, Dash and Crash (JB)
- Team Jersey (TLS)
- The Abdab (ANDE)
- Pesky's Angry Trolls (AT)
- White Coat Syndrome (DOC)
- Rochester Red Sox (TBN)
- fla sox (BILL)
- SG Sox (SGS)
- Annie's Boobs (AB)
- Out Of Left Field (OOLF)
- Cuddly Penguins (PEN)
- The Krakens (krkn)
- Titio's Terrible Titles (TITO)
- Cambridge Tommy Johns (0BS)
Joel Hanrahan News Archive
Hanrahan underwent successful Tommy John surgery and also had his flexor tendon repaired Thursday, the official twitter account of MLB reports.
Hanrahan's flexor muscle has torn off the bone, and he will undergo season-ending surgery to repair it, Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe reports.
Hanrahan (forearm) has been diagnosed with a flexor tendon injury and will have to decide between Tommy John surgery or rest and rehab, Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald reports. Either way, Hanrahan is expected to miss multiple months.
The Red Sox transferred Hanrahan (forearm) to the 60-day disabled list Thursday, CSN's Seam McAdam reports.
Hanrahan is concerned that his forearm injury is a lot worse than initially feared and he will get examined by Dr. James Andrews on Friday, ESPNBoston.com reports.
Hanrahan (forearm) will be shut down from throwing for an unspecified amount of time before being re-examined, the Boston Herald reports. Presumably, his return to the active roster will be preceded by a detailed rehabilitation program.
Hanrahan (forearm) was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday, MLB.com reports.
Hanrahan left Monday's game in the ninth inning due to right forearm tightness, according to the NESN game broadcast.
Hanrahan left Monday's game against the Twins with right forearm tightness, the Red Sox's official site reports.
Hanrahan is the Red Sox's acting closer now that Andrew Bailey has landed on the DL due to inflammation in his biceps, the Boston Herald reports.