Posted July 21, 2012 on yankees.scout.com
PLAYERS: Adam Warren
TEAMS: New York Yankees
All baseball players wish they could make an immediate impact when joining the big league club for the first time. For some the game does pan out that way. For Adam Warren, his start was quite the opposite. Yet the 24-year-old’s mood was not dampened.
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