News Coverage Following Jake Peavy’s Succesful Surgery

On Wednesday, White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy underwent surgery to repair a detached latissimus dorsi muscle in his right posterior shoulder. The surgery at Rush University Medical Center revealed a clean avulsion of the tendon off the bone with little or no muscle damage

“Surgery could not have gone any better,” Dr. Tony Romeo said in a statement. “We were very pleased with the results and are hopeful that Jake will be ready by the start of spring training 2011.”

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