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Leskanic shows signs of rebound

He's rejuvenated, and back in form

By Joe Burris
Globe Staff / September 24, 2004

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After the 2001 season, Curtis Leskanic had surgery to repair a rotator cuff tear on his right shoulder -- one season after the veteran reliever had been named the Milwaukee Brewers' Newcomer of the Year. The righthander did not pitch in the major leagues in 2002, after aggravating the shoulder at the Double A level. (Full Article: 631 Words)

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