Lefty Charlie Furbush says he’s “feeling good” in his continuing efforts to recover from the shoulder tendinitis that prevented him from pitching last season after July 7.
Lefty Charlie Furbush says he’s “feeling good” in his continuing efforts to recover from the shoulder tendinitis that prevented him from pitching last season after July 7. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2011
Lefty Charlie Furbush says he’s “feeling good” in his continuing efforts to recover from the shoulder tendinitis that prevented him from pitching last season after July 7. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2011

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