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Cam Bedrosian's slider could help him slip into the job as Angels closer

Cam Bedrosian's slider could help him slip into the job as Angels closer

Cam Bedrosian’s fastball hummed in the mid-90s when he was in high school. The son of a former Cy Young winner, Bedrosian did not need a dependable breaking ball to become a top prospect. The Angels selected him 29th overall in the 2010 MLB draft because of the bloodlines, the fastball and a steep curveball he could only occasionally command.

A month after he signed for more than $1 million, his arm began to hurt. He had elbow ligament replacement surgery the following spring and pitched only 12 innings in his first two professional seasons. When he returned, he couldn’t throw the curveball anymore, for reasons he still does not understand. He was still a starting...

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