Found February 28, 2012 on All Things Rockies:
PLAYERS: Jamie Moyer
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Jamie Moyer was pleasantly surprised when he woke up this morning. After throwing live batting practice on Monday, his rebuilt, 49-year-old right arm felt just fine. “My arm feels good and my body feels good,” Moyer said. “I felt like I could have thrown another 30 or 40 pitches, so that was good. And I feel good today, and that was the big thing.” Moyer threw about 30 pitches in live BP, plus long toss and an extended warm-up session on the mound. “I don’t think I threw the way I wanted to throw,” Moyer said, adding that he was “a little amped up.” It’s a good thing for a 49-year-old pitcher to still get pumped up after all these years. Asked to recall the last time he threw live batting practice, Moyer joked: “I kind of look at my whole career as live BP.” Moyer’s story is special. The father of eight last pitched in the big leagues on July 20, 2010 for the Phillies. He then underwent Tommy John surgery to rebuild his elbow. Moyer is a walking piece of baseball history. He is the o
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