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Robertson Getting Used To The Pros

David Robertson, the former star closer for the University of Alabama, signed with the Yankees on August 21st last season. It was too late to begin his professional career then and after skipping out on Instructs last fall, he is essentially just beginning his professional career this week in Spring Training.

"It's a lot different than college," Robertson said of his first Spring Training, "that's for sure. I'm just getting out here and getting to know everybody. I'm trying to remember all the coaches names and be where I'm supposed to be. It's just a lot different from college, it's a little harder." After saving 18 games for the Crimson Tide in his two years at Alabama and striking out 17... Recommended Stories

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