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Mullee Not Ready To Give Up Yet

Power reliever Conor Mullee missed the entire 2011 season after receiving Tommy John surgery and seemed to be well on his way back this year early in the Staten Island season when his comeback bid ended quite abruptly. However, while things are still up in the air now, he says he's not ready to give up just yet.

He had pitched well in Extended Spring Training and then again once the Staten Island season began, posting a solid 3.60 ERA through his first five appearances and allowing just four base runners in his five innings of work. "I felt good," he said of his initial comeback. "It was nice to get back out there. My command was pretty good. I didn't feel like it was all the way back from where... Recommended Stories

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