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Rasner Making A Name For Himself

"I owe a lot to my teammates."

After a brief stint with the Nationals in 2005, Darrell Rasner achieved his ultimate goal of making it back to the big leagues. Since his promotion to New York on 5/31, Rasner made only one appearance out of the bullpen before landing himself on the Disabled List. The Columbus Clippers rotation has failed to produce quality starts and Rasner has been the primary anchor with his recent success.

When pitching with the Clippers, Darrell Rasner has defined consistency, a word that does not easily come to mind with the Triple-A club in all phases of the game, especially pitching. He compiled a 4-0 record with a 2.56 ERA in nine starts this season. Opponents are hitting a mere .259 off the right-hander and even that fails to tell the whole story. Without being selfish, it's fairly safe... Recommended Stories

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