Holland to miss start of season after knee surgery
Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jan 12, 2014
"He said it just happened again," Holland said. "I feel I could be back sooner, but I don't know, I've never had an injury like this," Holland said Saturday. Holland was likely the club's No. 2 starter entering spring training after the most consistent season of his career. "I'm getting tired of the assumption that I hurt myself playing hockey," Holland said. Holland said he has spoken with team psychologist Don Kalkstein since the injury. He made 33 starts and was the only pitcher on the Rangers not to miss a start. Lewis also had surgery on his right hip in August but is still expected to be ready for Spring Training.
Derek Holland says dog ‘Wrigley’ to blame for fall at home
Speculation over what exactly caused Derek Holland to fall in his home last week — resulting in a torn meniscus in his left knee that could cost him half the regular season — has been running rampant over the weekend. One rumor in particular that picked…