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Fatigue No Longer An Issue for Cox

Cox is feeling much stronger this season

Only a year removed from reconstructive elbow surgery, right-hander J.B. Cox dealt with fatigue for the majority of his stint with Scranton in 2008. Now that he's completely healthy, the 25 year-old is excited about the potential of a full season at the Triple-A level and a chance to prove to the Yankees that he's ready for the big leagues.

"I'm not having to combat arm fatigue as much this year because I finally have one full season under my belt since the Tommy John surgery. I don't really have that arm fatigue bothering me at all." J. Brent Cox opened the 2008 season strong, posting a 2.21 ERA in his first twelve innings split between Single-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton. Continuing his success, Cox responded to a Triple-A... Recommended Stories

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