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Anderson Wants To Get The Bat Going

Yankees second basemen Jake Anderson underwent Tommy John surgery in the summer of 2010, but after a grueling but successful rehab stint, he is back on the field playing the game he loves. As Anderson was down in Tampa all offseason rehabbing his injured right elbow, the process was a long cycle but Anderson entered the 2011 Spring Training at almost full health.

"It was tough," Jake Anderson said when asked about rehabbing his elbow. "I was down here all offseason trying to get healthy again and about three weeks into spring I felt 100 percent and continue to [feel that way] today." With a healthy Anderson back into full swing, his spring consisted of working on his fielding. In high school he played in the outfield but when the Yankees drafted him...

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