Found March 08, 2012 on Fox Sports:
PLAYERS: Jamie Moyer
TEAMS: Colorado Rockies
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(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Sports Writer Even though he'll open his mailbox later this year to find his AARP card, Jamie Moyer swears he doesn't feel old. He feels like a new man, in fact. The crafty left-hander hasn't looked the least bit creaky while embarking on a comeback at age 49 from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow that sidelined him all of last season. After spending last summer serving as an ESPN analyst and spending quality time with his wife and eight children, Moyer is trying to make the Colorado Rockies' roster this spring - and he's showing so far that he can still keep up with the kids.
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