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MLB Injury News:
George Sherrill is yet another pitcher recovering from Tommy John surgery
and attempting to come back from the operation in a new uniform. The
Kansas City Royals signed Sherrill as a free agent to a low risk contract on
December 7. According to Bob Dutton of the Kansas City Star, and much to
the Royals delight, the former Orioles closer threw free and easy Friday in a
conditioning workout at the club’s facility. The 6’ 225 lb. hurler could be
ready to return to active duty as soon as late April.
The well-traveled left-hander, who appeared in only two games in 2012 in his
second stint as a Seattle Mariner, was operated on in May, less than a year
before his projected return. He came to the big leagues as a
Mariner, but was dealt to Baltimore
in the same trade that sent Adam Jones and Chris Tillman to the Orioles before
the 2008 season. Baltimore
plugged him in as their closer, and was rewarded with 31 saves his first season there. He was
dealt to the Dodger...
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