Rockies’ closer Daniel Bard back on track after key adjustments

Velocity has never been a problem for Colorado Rockies closer . Not with a fastball that averages 98.1 mph and a slider that cuts across the plate at 87.4. But the right-hander was struggling to locate his pitches earlier this season and after a disaster on May 2 at Arizona, his ERA had soared to 9.00. On Sunday, however, he shut down Oakland. (Denver Post)

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