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Sanchez Seeing Progress

It hasn't been the easiest road for Humberto Sanchez since coming over to the Yankees. Once considered a top prospect initially, he's battled injuries and fought his way back, and rocketed through the organization and fell back down. His rollercoaster ride in Pinstripes has him trying to climb up back up and he says he's seeing progress.

Following his trade from the Detroit Tigers, Tampa Yankee reliever Humberto Sanchez underwent Tommy John surgery in 2007 and was put on the 40-man roster. Sanchez had since been designated for assignment and he now sees himself back on a climb through the organization. After lingering elbow problems kept him from pitching in Spring Training, Sanchez has been topping at 92 MPH, nearing the 9... Recommended Stories

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