A compelling take on the relationship between Tommy John and his surgeon, Dr. Frank Jobe, who conceived and performed a revolutionary elbow operation on John in 1974.

30 for 30 Short: Tommy John and Dr Frank Jobe.


http://www..espn.com/video/clip?id=9518611


 Former pitcher Tommy John talks about why he thinks today's pitchers don't call him regarding Tommy John surgery, and why the surgery is necessary for so many young arms. 


https://youtu.be/Pl6IumZBA1g 

 

Dr. Tommy John and Tommy John Talk about Tommy John Surgery Epidemic 


 This was a talk at an orthopedic convention in Cooperstown NY. My dad and I sharing our views on the current epidemic being an American epidemic not just a baseball epidemic and where the rehab and training needs to head to improve the longevity after the surgery is done. There was no protocol my dad followed after the surgery, rather he followed his body and how it responded for the 366 days following to become the most successful Tommy John Surgery pitcher of all time. Secret lies within. 


https://youtu.be/mQPRXv-Bkl8?t=3m54s


 Former pitcher Tommy John talks about why he thinks today's pitchers don't call him regarding Tommy John surgery, and why the surgery is necessary for so many young arms. 


https://youtu.be/IBrYgG2i0nc


 In Feb. 2002, Tommy John was interviewed in Jamestown NY regarding his career which included his now famous operation on his arm which operation bears his name. He talks about Pete Rose, Billy Martin and the Hall of Fame. 


https://youtu.be/XalUzNUJ1F4  


 My first interview in the broadcasting industry 


 

Tommy John on The Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 5/6/14

https://youtu.be/MyvgSxaUk_s


 

Tommy John's Delivery along with Several Hall of Famers

 The video highlights Tommy John as well as several Hall of Fame pitchers taking their hands over the head in the Full Windup 


https://youtu.be/yBlnw65EnBA

 

Dr.Tommy John IIII Interview - Child Movement

https://youtu.be/s6Tm9CN4N-0


 Listen to Mike Lindsley from The Score 1260's interview with Tommy John. John speaks about his baseball career and our upcoming Hot Stove Dinner! 


https://youtu.be/u2M0ixDmyQA


 Warren & Dan recently had a chance to chat on the morning show with former Major League Baseball All-Star pitcher, Tommy John.

In 26 Major League seasons, Tommy amassed 288 victories as a pitcher, 7th most by a left-handed pitcher in Major League history. He started in the majors in 1963, with the Cleveland Indians, and also played for the Chicago White Sox and LA Dodgers before suffering a major injury to his pitching arm in 1974. He required reconstructive surgery which would involve removing a tendon from his non-pitching arm to repair a torn ligament in his pitching arm. 


https://youtu.be/JslSnFBPZtg

Files coming soon.