Rangers' Colby Lewis Wants More Velocity After Rehab Start

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Rangers' Colby Lewis Wants More Velocity After Rehab Start
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Colby Lewis learned in his second rehab start from flexor-tendon surgery that he's not yet able to get big-league pitchers out, and isn't sure how long it will take to get to that point. The Texas Rangers' Opening Day starter in 2012 threw 47 pitches and allowed two runs in 2 1/3 innings Monday for Double A Frisco. It was his first start since a case of triceps tendinitis flared up, and he said neither was an issue at Dr Pepper Ballpark.

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