Found November 05, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have activated a pair of relievers off of their 6-day disabled list. Left-handed pitcher Sean Burnett and right-handed Kevin Jepsen  are both expected to be ready for spring training.  Burnett, who underwent surgery to repair a tear in his left flexor tendon has been added back to the 40-man roster. Jepsen, who underwent an emergency appendectomy, physically should be at peak performance considering it is a non-performance injury. The post Angels Activate Sean Burnett And Kevin Jepsen appeared first on FFLockerRoom - Fantasy Football Advice - NFL News - Player Rankings.
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