Red Sox's Brandon Workman: Velo bounces back
Workman's fastball clocked in at 91-92 mph during an inning of relief Thursday against the Tigers, Alex Speier of the Boston Globe reports.
Workman experienced a dip in velocity (high 80s) in recent outings, but bounced back Thursday. He's still a tick below where he was at the start of camp, but it looks like a case of tired arm, and not an injury, is the root cause.
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