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May 29, 2022
remon 3 seconds ago 0 He will forever be remembered as the first pitcher to return to the big leagues after what turned out to be a groundbreaking operation and on June 3, in a private ceremony at the Smithsonian Castle Garden in DC, Tommy John will feature its original cast. , signed by his 1974 Dodgers, Vin Scully and surgeon Dr. Frank Jobe, to Smithsonian secretary Lonnie Bunch. “The surgery itself brought me back so I could play baseball again, which I’ve wanted to do since I was a little boy,” John said. “Dr. Jobe gave me a one in a hundred chance, and his most important thing was, ‘What are you going to do when it doesn’t work out? How are you going to take care of your family? I don’t want to not that you think you’re going to go back there and play baseball again. You probably won’t, so think about it. “And I said to him, I said, ‘If you do your job, which is to get me back together, I’ll do more than do my job, and that’s rehabilitate. I told Dr. Jobe that if it takes a year, it will take a year. If it takes two years, it will take two. If it takes three years, I will do three years. I will do whatever it takes to get me back and run Major League Baseball again. He was 31 at the time and once he returned to the mound a year and a half later in 1976 he pitched nonstop until he was 46. After Tommy John’s surgery, he won 164 games to finish with 288. But Tommy John’s biggest comeback is the one he’s currently experiencing. “I’m lucky to be alive,” he told the Post. Tommy John pitches for the Yankees Getty Images Here is the story of The Miracle of Tommy John: COVID had hit John and his wife, Cheryl, and he could barely walk when they returned from Nashville to their home in La Quinta, California on December 12, 2020. “I don’t know how I got it into the house, but I did,” Cheryl told the Post. “On the morning of the 13th he tried to get up and he fell and split his whole forehead open. I was trying to get him up because he was stuck between our bed and a chest of drawers. I went to the garage to get a baseball bat. I said, ‘Wait for that, and I’ll wind you up.’ Well, I couldn’t get him up, and 911 said, “Leave him, don’t move him.” But when the ambulance came, they said, “Do you have a domestic relationship? Because that they saw the bat. Follow the most important sports news Sign up for the starter lineup for the biggest stories. They took him to the Eisenhower Health Center in La Quinta. “They sent him home the next day,” Cheryl said. “He couldn’t get up, he couldn’t go to the bathroom. Five times they sent him home. “I look at my husband who looked like he was dying. I couldn’t get help. Tommy weighed about 280 pounds, I couldn’t lift him. He couldn’t go to the bathroom, he had the worst bed sores ever, the hospital never checked him. The last time he went to the hospital, they dropped him…on the floor. Cheryl, meanwhile, was trying to battle pneumonia. “I couldn’t be sick enough because I had to take care of him,” she said. “I couldn’t taste or smell for four months. I love this man.” Tommy John and his wife Cheryl Courtesy of Thayer Haggerty John would be in and out of Eisenhower for five weeks. He’s thankful it wasn’t five weeks and a day. “I had two huge blood clots in the upper and lower lobes of my lung,” he said. Finally, Cheryl texted Dr. Dan Oakes, an orthopedic surgeon friend who would send all the necessary information to Dr. Antreas Hindoyan at USC’s Keck Medical Center. “And at 3:30 in the morning,” Cheryl said, “Dr. Hindoyan said, ‘Get him out of this hospital! I’ve got an ambulance down there, he’s going to die. So they rushed him to Keck Medical. They had him operated on when he was 6 and broke two huge blood clots in his lungs. “They saved his life.”
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