Daniel Bard has made adjustments to thrive as a starter
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
After a disastrous detour as a starting pitcher in 2007, Daniel Bard indeed rocketed through the minor leagues and to the major leagues as a relief pitcher — growing, in time, into one of the top relievers in the American League. Now, however, with two vacancies in the Red Sox starting rotation, Bard has reported to spring training with the intention of transitioning back to his old role. (Providence Journal)
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