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Grady Sizemore : biography
August 2, 1982 -
For his efforts in 2008, Sizemore was awarded his second consecutive Gold Glove (his .995 fielding percentage was second among AL center fielders). He was also awarded his first Silver Slugger Award.
Sizemore committed to play in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, but pulled out after injuring his left groin early in spring training.
On April 16, Sizemore hit the first grand slam home run at the new Yankee Stadium off New York reliever Dámaso Marté. It was his third career grand slam.
On September 9, after struggling through a subpar season, Grady elected to have surgery on his left elbow which had troubled him since spring training. Having the surgery performed one month before season's end allowed for more healing time and preparation for the following year. Cleveland was already eliminated from playoff contention by the time of his decision. One week after the elbow surgery, he also elected to have surgery on his lower abdomen to repair a hernia that was related to the groin injury which forced him from the World Baseball Classic,http://www.sizemorefan.com thus ending his 2009 season one month before the final game.
During the offseason, Sizemore's girlfriend, Brittany Binger, was the victim of an internet hacker. As a result, several photos of Sizemore were stolen from Binger's personal e-mail account. Sizemore was near-nude in most of the photos, including the infamous coffee cup photo.
After playing in 33 games, Sizemore's season ended after microfracture surgery was performed on his left knee.
Sizemore returned to the Cleveland Indians from his microfracture surgery, after rehabilitating with Triple-A Columbus Clippers, on April 17, 2011. Sizemore went 2-for-4 with a double and homerun. The Indians won the game 4–2. Sizemore returned to the disabled list in May with a right knee contusion after sliding into a base. In mid-July, Sizemore was again placed on the disabled list following another injury to his right knee; shortly afterwards, he had a second sports hernia surgery, expected to sideline him into September. Through 2011, he had the third-best career fielding percentage of all major league outfielders (.9935), behind Shane Victorino and Ryan Braun. The Indians declined Sizemore's 2012 contract option.
After meeting with both the Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners during the offseason, Sizemore re-signed with Cleveland, signing a one-year, $5 million contract. Sizemore underwent back surgery during Spring Training, and began the season on the 60-day disabled list. A series of setbacks in his recovery from back and knee surgeries prevented him from appearing in any games during the season. Sizemore had microfracture surgery on his right knee in September, after a previous arthroscopic procedure in 2011 was unsuccesful in healing his ailing knee.
Grady Sizemore remains a free agent at the outset of the 2013 MLB season. According to his agent, Joe Urbon, Sizemore does not want to commit to a team until he is ready to play again, which may not be until midseason, at the earliest.
Sizemore graduated from Cascade High School in Everett, Washington, in 2000. A high school athlete in football, basketball and baseball, Sizemore signed a letter of intent to play football and baseball at the University of Washington. At the time of his high school graduation, Sizemore was Cascade's all-time leader in rushing yards with 3,081.