Danny Duffy (center) reported no problems after throwing a light bullpen session Sunday morning to test his left shoulder. An MRI last week revealed rotator cuff inflammation after he departed a Yankee Stadium start due to discomfort after throwing only one pitch.
Danny Duffy (center) reported no problems after throwing a light bullpen session Sunday morning to test his left shoulder. An MRI last week revealed rotator cuff inflammation after he departed a Yankee Stadium start due to discomfort after throwing only one pitch. File photo by Seth Wenig The Associated Press
Danny Duffy (center) reported no problems after throwing a light bullpen session Sunday morning to test his left shoulder. An MRI last week revealed rotator cuff inflammation after he departed a Yankee Stadium start due to discomfort after throwing only one pitch. File photo by Seth Wenig The Associated Press

Danny Duffy says he feels great, waits to return to Royals’ rotation

September 14, 2014 07:15 PM

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