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Mojica Feeling Quite Strong

After missing what was supposed to be his debut season last year, Yankee shortstop Jose Mojica has recovered from a knee injury and returned with a solid season in the Gulf Coast League so far. In fact, he feels as if nothing happened.

Jose Mojica tore ligaments in his right knee and spent a lot of time in the training room and weight room last season. He said rehab helped instantly and he began feeling better even after Extended Spring Training started. He said the rehab strengthened his hitting too and that he could really feel a difference. But a crucial point of recovery for Mojica was getting rid of a knee brace that... Recommended Stories

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