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Ohlendorf Closer To Finding Comfort Zone

Neophyte reliever Russ Ohlendorf began his transition from starting pitcher to reliever only a month and a half ago, and has slowly eased into his new role. Now, several weeks in, Ohlendorf feels much more comfortable than the last time spoke with him.

"Health-wise, I feel good, and in terms of comfort, well, it was weird getting used to a relief role, but I am really getting used to it now," Ross Ohlendorf said of pitching in relief. "I am a lot more comfortable. It was a little bit different than starting at first, but I am starting to bounce back." "They only told me one or three days before I was set to pitch again," he said when... Recommended Stories

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