Found November 22, 2011 on kansascity.com:
PLAYERS: Aaron Crow
TEAMS: Kansas City Royals
All-Star reliever Aaron Crow believes he can provide the Royals with the upgrade they continue to seek for their rotation. "I've already started this offseason," he said, "by coming in here (Kauffman Stadium) five days a week in order to get ready for the season. I want to do everything I can to win one of those spots."
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