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  • Royals Kyle Zimmer says pain is gone

    Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training.

Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training. John Sleezer and Rustin Dodd The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Royals minor-league pitcher Kyle Zimmer has been rehabbing after last year's diagnoses and surgery for his thoracic outlet syndrome, and says he's pain free and ready for spring training. John Sleezer and Rustin Dodd The Kansas City Star

After another rehab process, is this the year for Royals prospect Kyle Zimmer?

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