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Laffey 'Feels Fine', Eager To Return

Left-hander Aaron Laffey said Saturday he was not concerned with getting hit hard the previous night during a rehab start at Triple-A Columbus. Laffey, on Cleveland's disabled list since May 23 with a strained right oblique muscle, was in the Indians' clubhouse and hopes to accompany the team when it heads to Chicago for the start of a three-game series against the White Sox on Tuesday.

"The big thing was that I felt fine and threw all my pitches for strikes," Laffey said. "I gave up six runs in the first inning and most of it was because I kept throwing my four-seam fastball over the plate. I could have gone to my sinker there to try and get out of the situation, but I wanted to work my fastball on the inside corner... Recommended Stories

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