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Aggressive Offseason Workouts Have Mulder Ready

As long as I feel healthy and stuff like that, and the ball is coming out and I'm building arm strength, the mound shouldn't be much of a problem. I'm sure it'll be an easy transition." Burnett can be a major asset to the Angels' bullpen if he recovers, joining right-handed setup man Joe Smith as a bridge to closer Ernesto Frieri. From 2009-12, Burnett posted a 2.85 ERA and a 1.20 WHIP in 283 appearances for the Pirates and Nationals. In his career, left-handed batters -- like new American League West members Prince Fielder and Robinson Cano -- have posted only a .629 OPS. "There's better days than others," Burnett said of his rehab, "but that's all part of the process of coming back. <br>Source: >]content

Raccoon watches Yankees spring-training workouts

Demian Maia Mike Pyle vs. T.J. Waldburger Stephen Thompson vs. Robert Whittaker PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET) Alexis Davis vs. <br>Source:

RSS Follow me on: A client recently made the mistake of asking me today's question: "What's your favorite kind of workout?" It was a mistake because, first, I always talk way too much and second, I always talk too much about exercise. Still, I thought her question was interesting because we all have our preferences. Some of us prefer short, intense workouts like Tabata workouts or high intensity interval training while others prefer to go the more moderate route . I think those of us who've been exercising for a long time probably have a mixture of both and our workouts may reflect how we feel from day to day. Sometimes, there's nothing better than a nice, slow workout that let's you zone out and escape life for awhile. <br>Source:

Eagle-eyed Post photographer Charles Wenzelberg spotted the raccoon and acted fast to snap this incredibly cute image. If was a freaky moment and I happened to get it, Wenzelberg said. The Post lensman had been in the outfield photographing a rainbow that had appeared over Steinbrenner Field. Then a loud noise startled Wenzelberg and the raccoon. I heard this banging sound something fell, maybe it was a baseball bat, I dont know but it must have startled the raccoon because I see it running out of the Yankees dugout and into the stands, said Wenzelberg, who swung his camera toward the fleeing critter. <br>Source:

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