What was already a good start to the 2010 season for the Royals' farm system just got better.
Lefthander Danny Duffy, who had left the team and returned home during spring training, has decided to return to pro baseball. He has reported to the Royals' facilities in Arizona where the team is currently holding extended spring games.
Duffy is 19-10, 2.49 in three pro seasons and was rated as the organization's No. 8 prospect before the season began. While Duffy does not have the pure velocity to match fellow Royals' lefthanders Chris Dwyer and Mike Montgomery, his feel for pitching and solid stuff has been successful everywhere he's pitched. He was projected to go to Double-A Northwest Arkansas to start the season, but for now he'll be working out in extended spring training as he rounds back into pitching shape.
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