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Pendleton Starts Throwing Again

Pendleton all smiles now that he's throwing again

Lance Pendleton, with just 27 professional innings under his belt after being selected in the 4th round of the 2005 MLB Draft out of Rice University, never made it into a game this past season after having Tommy John surgery back in May. He's working out at the minor league complex in Tampa and he has resumed throwing once again.

"I just started throwing [four] weeks ago, 60-feet, 25 throws," Lance Pendleton revealed to us at Instructs. "We're going to get that up to 50 throws. Things are looking good." "It feels real good, real strong, the shoulder feels real good, my mechanics - I hear when you come back from Tommy John a lot of times people will have to re-learn how to throw the ball. And it was funny at first...

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