Dustin McGowan and Aaron Hill see Action in Dunedin

By on May 5, 2011
DUNEDIN, Fl. (RSEN)–Toronto Blue Jays RHP Dustin McGowan (two arm and one knee surgery) pitched one plus inning in a simulated game Wednesday, his first

Dustin McGowan (photo by Eddie Michels)

game action in over two years.  “Every time I go out I am gradually getting more and more on it,” said McGowan, “The good thing is the arm feels great.”  Comparing previous outing where he had set backs McGowan said, “I am not throwing a pitch and grimacing afterwards because of the pain.  This time I knew I had to take it slow as possible, now I go out there and get pumped to pitch and not worry about the pain.”  McGowan hopes to eventually get into some real games this year but is on no time table according to the team’s rehab pitching coordinator Rick Langford. (Photo by EDDIE MICHELS)

Aaron Hill (photo by Eddie Michels)

DUNEDIN, Fl. (RSEN) –Toronto Blue Jays 2B Aaron Hill (right hamstring) doubles off RHP Dustin McGowan on Wednesday morning at the team’s minor league complex.  Hill, who will start a three-game rehab assignment with Class-A Dunedin Thursday, went 0-4 with a walk and three strikeouts Wednesday afternoon in an extended spring game against a Yankees squad. (Photo by EDDIE MICHELS)
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