When Royals pitcher Danny Duffy takes the mound on Wednesday night against the Seattle Mariners, 39 days will have passed since his last outing. In the interim, he has undergone a cortisone shot to quell inflammation in his left shoulder, pitched in two minor-league games to rebuild his arm strength and leaned upon his faith at a time when his arm did not allow him to contribute to his club.
When Royals pitcher Danny Duffy takes the mound on Wednesday night against the Seattle Mariners, 39 days will have passed since his last outing. In the interim, he has undergone a cortisone shot to quell inflammation in his left shoulder, pitched in two minor-league games to rebuild his arm strength and leaned upon his faith at a time when his arm did not allow him to contribute to his club. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
When Royals pitcher Danny Duffy takes the mound on Wednesday night against the Seattle Mariners, 39 days will have passed since his last outing. In the interim, he has undergone a cortisone shot to quell inflammation in his left shoulder, pitched in two minor-league games to rebuild his arm strength and leaned upon his faith at a time when his arm did not allow him to contribute to his club. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM

Pitcher Danny Duffy ready to return to action for Royals against Mariners

June 23, 2015 07:56 PM

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