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Ohlendorf Getting Back To His Approach

Ohlendorf admits he changed his approach early

When the New York Yankees traded Randy Johnson, the prize of the trade was a said to be a right-hander Ross Ohlendorf. Unfortunately for New York Yankees fans, they didn't get to get too much of a look of the pitcher as he hit the disabled list on May 14th, just over a month into his first Triple-A season in pinstripes.

"It's different, but the last couple of years I've been with different teams, different players, and different approaches," said Ross Ohlendorf. "I feel comfortable here in Scranton." The biggest concern for Ohlendorf prior to his injury was the amount of walks allowed in just seven starts. Fans need not be concerned however, as when the numbers are crunched, there's much less of a concern... Recommended Stories

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