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Lindstrom a Full-Go

2005 was a year hurler Matt Lindstrom would like to forget. Pitching with a stress fracture in the humerus bone of his pitching arm last season, he went 2-5 with a career-worst 5.40 ERA and 55 walks in just 73.1 innings of work, while pitching as a starter the majority of the time. Finally healthy, Lindstrom is back in AA and pronounced himself a "full-go" after Friday's appearance.

"It felt good," Matthew Lindstrom said after making his first AA appearance of the season against the Trenton Thunder (Yankee) on Friday. "It was weird because a few days ago I was battling some back spasms. I think it was because of dehydration. I'm over that and it felt good [on Friday]." "The location [of my pitches] was good. I think [Gabe] Lopez and [Bronson] Sardinha wore me out a bit...

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