Posted March 11, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Jamie Moyer is less than a year away from being as old as the number on the back of his uniform, 50. Yet the crafty left-hander is back on the mound, trying to make a comeback after having Tommy John surgery. Moyer is competing for a spot in Colorado's rotation and was solid in his second spring training outing. He allowed a run in three innings and a Rockies split squad beat the Chicago White 5-2 Sox on Sunday. ''I feel pretty healthy,'' Moyer said. ''It's mind over matter. I want to play. I believe I can play.'' John Danks, who is expected to be Chicago's opening day starter, struggled with his command, walking four and allowing three runs - one earned - in three innings. Jason Giambi went 2 for 2 with a double and a walk for the Rockies. Moyer tried out a cutter Sunday, throwing it twice. One cutter resulted in a ball. The other resulted in a base hit. He said he needs to build his endurance, and arm strength will help him throw t...
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