Frustrating Fracture

The long road back from labrum surgery is bumpy enough, but when you throw in a fractured bone in the wrist, it gets even tougher. While the rest of his teammates are packing up to leave spring training, Rangers 2004 first-round pick Eric Hurley is still trying to get his recovery back on track. Hurley, who hasn't pitched since July 27, 2008, looked to be about a month behind pitchers at the start of spring training, but a month in, it was discovered that Hurley had a fractured scaphoid bone in his left (non-pitching) wrist.

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