Minor Change, Big Results

If Jim Johnson can't crack a major league rotation, perhaps he can make a nice living in the bullpen. He certainly made an impression on the Orioles, who added him to the major league roster as a 13th pitcher and watched him thrive in a relief role. Johnson didn't allow a run in his first nine innings and might compel the club to keep him once it returns to a 12-man staff.

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