After Knee Surgery, Will Grady Ever Be Grady Again?

Justice HillCorrespondent IJune 4, 2010

NEW YORK - APRIL 19:  Grady Sizemore #24 of the Cleveland Indians dives for a ball hit by Derek Jeter #2 of the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on April 19, 2009 in the Bronx borough of New York City.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The best of times have to be ahead for Grady Sizemore, because after the past season or two, Sizemore can't have times much worse than he's been experiencing.

Start with an injury-plagued '09 season, as bad a season as he's had in the Major Leagues, and then go to the nude photographs that made Sizemore the poster boy for all the women (and some men) who like ogling muscular bodies in their au naturel state.

The photos earned him headlines he didn't want, and they might have had a longer shelf-life than plutonium had Tiger Woods and his insatiable appetite for sex not pushed those photos off TMZ and other websites.

Sizemore quickly became stall news, as worthless as the canceled checks the bank sends back each month.

Read More ... 

Related

    Ortiz, Hunter to Manage All-Star Futures Game

    MLB logo
    MLB

    Ortiz, Hunter to Manage All-Star Futures Game

    SI.com
    via SI.com

    MLB Has a Bad Baseball Problem That's Only Getting Worse

    MLB logo
    MLB

    MLB Has a Bad Baseball Problem That's Only Getting Worse

    Bob Nightengale
    via USA TODAY

    Are the Indians a Second-half Team Again?

    Cleveland Indians logo
    Cleveland Indians

    Are the Indians a Second-half Team Again?

    cleveland.com
    via cleveland.com

    Tribe Starters Are the Train Coming Out of the Pitch Tunnel: Between Innings

    Cleveland Indians logo
    Cleveland Indians

    Tribe Starters Are the Train Coming Out of the Pitch Tunnel: Between Innings

    Michael Bode
    via Waiting For Next Year