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Davis Mixing It Up

STATEN ISLAND, NY - After overcoming a debilitating illness that cut short his 2012 debut season with the Yankees' Gulf Coast club along with much of the subsequent offseason, right-handed pitcher Rookie Davis has returned to the mound in good health and is turning heads this summer.

"I feel 100 percent now and ready to go," he said. "My arm feels the best that it has since spring training -- there are no issues there." Drafted out of high school by the Yankees in the 14th round of the 2011 Player Draft, the Sneads Ferry, North Carolina native pitched well in Florida last year, going 2-1 with a 2.65 ERA and 17 strikeouts through as many innings, but an unconfirmed... Recommended Stories

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