Jan 7, 2011, 12:16 PM EDT
For now he’s throwing from 60 feet, but the plan is for Bailey to stretch things out to 120 feet by the time pitchers and catchers report for spring training in mid-February, leaving him enough time to be ready for Opening Day.
Last season the A’s led the league in ERA and ranked 11th in runs scored while finishing 81-81, but after adding Hideki Matsui, Josh Willingham, and David DeJesus to the lineup they look like potential contenders again in the AL West. For that to happen they’ll likely need a healthy Bailey, as he’s thrown 132 innings with a 1.70 ERA in his first two seasons.
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