No Pain, And Some Gain For Bailey

No Pain, And Some Gain For Bailey

No Pain, And Some Gain For Bailey

"The major concern the Red Sox had about replacing closer Jonathan Papelbon with Andrew Bailey was can the former A's closer hold up physically through a full season?

Bailey is going to have to answer that question before the end of spring training. Despite being a two-time All-Star, he's been injured the last two seasons and was set back this spring for about two weeks because of a lat strain."



By Truth and rumors
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012


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