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Rockies’ Daniel Bard adding another chapter to remarkable comeback story


’s battle against the yips and his return to the majors in 2020 after a seven-year absence has been well-chronicled. Last year, after starting off strong, Bard pitched poorly. He was scored upon 11 times in 30 appearances and pitched to a 6.75 ERA after the all-star break. Yet here he is, pitching with the vigor of a kid and the wisdom of a veteran. (MSN.com)

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Rockies’ Daniel Bard adding another chapter to remarkable comeback story


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