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Jurrjens' Knee Pain-Free In First Start

Jurrjens' Knee Pain-Free In First Start

Jurrjens' Knee Pain-Free In First Start

"More than six months had passed since Jair Jurrjens last pitched in a major league game, and so results weren't the top priority when he faced Houston on Monday. The health of his right knee was.

Jurrjens was charged with two runs, three hits and one walk in two innings of the Braves' 10-5 win against the Astros at Osceola County Stadium, their first Grapefruit League win after consecutive losses to Detroit over the weekend.

Most importantly for him and the Braves, Jurrjens' right knee was pain-free."

 

 

 

By Truth and rumors
Tuesday, 6 Mar 2012

 

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  • Blissette said: The free start will be good. Indeed, that is going to be the thing that will make them better. - Feed the Children 9:58PM 04/17/14
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