Concerns about the competing loyalties of team doctors have spurred an increasing number of major league players to try to protect their livelihoods by seeking second opinions from independent physicians not employed by their clubs, according to sports medicine specialists.”It’s a business, baby,” said Craig D. Morgan, MD, a consultant for the Kansas City Royals who has provided second opinions for many major leaguers.

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