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Rasmus Found His Rhythm Again

Rasmus struck out 62 in 58.2 innings this season

Mississippi Braves' right-hander Cory Rasmus has evolved as a pitcher. Starting this past season fresh off an injury to his shoulder, he had a lot of ground to make up. Coming into the M-Braves season, he was well known for his secondary pitches. With his time spent in the Southern League though, he was focused on becoming a good all-around pitcher.

Rasmus started behind the rest of the group due to his unfortunate injury. "I only threw like seven games last year…in May I stopped throwing and I had surgery in August. "The whole offseason was pretty much rehab from last year because I had a broken bone in my shoulder. "I chipped off a piece of my collarbone. So, I had surgery in August, and I rehabbed it until November. Then I came back...

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