Joakim Soria will have his second Tommy John surgery on April 3, according to a report by Bob Dutton. Soria received several opinions before making this decision, the report says.
Soria's surgery will be April 3 in Los Angeles by Dr. Lewis Yocum. Soria got three opinions before choosing to undergo the procedure.— Bob Dutton (@Royals_Report) March 23, 2012
The Kansas City Royals closer suffered with injuries in 2009, just a year after signing a 3-year deal worth $8.75 million. Last season, Soria lost his closing position due to a struggling start, but was soon awarded his position back after a strong performance as a reliever, non-closer. Soria is just 27-years-old and was acquired by the Royals in 2006.
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