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Pendleton Getting Into A Groove

Pendleton has struck out twelve batters already

CHARLESTON, SC - After pitching in just nine games in his debut season with the Staten Island Yankees back in 2005, Lance Pendleton immediately succumbed to Tommy John surgery and didn't make it back to the mound until the Gulf Coast League last season. Now in Charleston, the right-handed hurler has quickly shown he is starting to hit a groove.

[Photo by Nick Werner] Lance Pendleton's return to the mound after having Tommy John surgery two years ago is already making a big impact for the Riverdogs in their young season. He has been making a gradual comeback since the surgery, pitching briefly in the Gulf Coast League last year, throwing 13.2 innings mainly to build up his arm strength. This past offseason, he pitched in the...

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