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Mullee Back On The Mound

Nearly a year after Tommy John surgery took Connor Mullee out of the game last season, the right-handed pitcher is back on the mound and remaining positive about his recovery. Mullee debuted in Staten Island Yankees pinstripes in a shutout inning against the Brooklyn Cyclones during their season opener Monday night.

A 24th round pick in the 2010 draft, Connor Mullee was sent to the GCL Yankees and put up impressive numbers with a 1.64 earned run average in 22 innings pitched. Destined for greatness, Mullee surprised everybody with his newly acquired 95 mph fastball, and then GCL Yankees Manager, Tommy Slater, described him as, "athletic as can be." There's no doubt that his athleticism and commitment... Recommended Stories

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