Found February 13, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
A happy 27th birthday goes to RHP Logan Ondrusek today. And what better way to celebrate than by counting down the last few days before reporting to Spring Training? The tall right-hander out of Shiner, Texas is coming off a fine individual season in 2011. In 66 appearances he posted a 5-5 record, 3.23 ERA, and a 1.353 WHIP. Dusty Baker will undoubtedly look toward Ondrusek to help in the middle innings of games once again in 2012.
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