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Romine Healthy And Ready For Big Season

MOOSIC, Pa. – After a rather forgettable 2012 season, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre catcher Austin Romine is looking to be the player he and the Yankees know he can be. Appearing in just 31 games in 2012 because of a lingering back injury, Romine says he's completely healthy and ready to go.

"My back feels awesome, I have no second thoughts about it," Romine said before the RailRiders' game April 9. "I just have to keep doing my routines that I got in the offseason by my physical therapist out in California. "A little core work here and there, and really just staying on top of things really helps take the stress off my back." The 24-year-old spent time with three different teams... Recommended Stories

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