Found April 15, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Cleveland Indians have scheduled pitcher Scott Kazmir for a rehabilitation start Monday. Kazmir, who won the fifth starters spot out of spring training has pitched only 1.2 innings thanks to injuries, since 2011. At one time the 29 year old was a rising star. The post Cleveland Indians Schedule Scott Kazmir For Rehabilitation Start Monday appeared first on Fantasy Sports Player Rankings - Baseball and Football - FFLockerRoom.com.
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