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Norton Making Most of Fresh Start

For 27-year-old Tim Norton it's never been a matter of performance, but rather staying on the field. Since being drafted by the New York Yankees in the 7th round of the 2006 Amateur draft Norton has executed on the field, but hasn't been able to stay healthy. 2011 is a fresh start for Norton as he looks to put the injuries behind him and continue to progress moving forward.

"I feel good," Tim Norton said. "I don't feel pain, I feel strong." The right-hander posted an impressive 1.39 ERA while striking out a remarkable 47 batters in 32 1/3 innings while playing limited action. He spent most of his 2010 season in Tampa and Trenton, but also had a short stint in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. "I love when he's pitching," Trenton pitching coach Tommy Phelps said. ""He's a... Recommended Stories

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