January 4, 1991
Oakland third baseman Carney Lansford was examined for injuries to his right shoulder and left knee, described by the Athletics as "serious," sustained in a snowmobiling accident last week in Oregon, a team spokesman said.
January 5, 1991 |
The Oakland Athletics said Friday that the left knee injury suffered by third baseman Carney Lansford during a snowmobile accident is "potentially very serious" and might require surgery. Lansford, who hurt his knee and right shoulder in a New Year's Eve accident, will undergo an arthroscopic examination in about 10 days, when severe cuts and scrapes are sufficiently healed.
October 7, 1989 |
Oakland Athletics third baseman Carney Lansford pulled his left hamstring in the seventh inning of a 7-3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays Friday night and is an uncertain starter in Game 4 of the American League playoffs today. Lansford, who batted .336 during the regular season and has five hits in 11 at-bats in the playoffs, missed seven games with a strain to the same hamstring in early June. He was running out a ground ball to third base Friday night when the injury happened.
November 9, 1998 |
The Angels hired Carney Lansford, the third baseman on their first division championship team in 1979, as their new triple-A manager in Edmonton. The managerial post will be the first for Lansford, who was the bench coach for the St. Louis Cardinals for the last two seasons. Lansford coached five seasons for Manager Tony La Russa with the Cardinals and Oakland Athletics.