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The bowler dealt with a nagging arm injury last year – which ultimately caused him to miss playoffs and score the fewest rounds he’s played in any full season since he was a rookie. In the winter, he needed to reconfigure his off-season program for additional treatment and rest, and when he was able to start exercising again, there was no organized opportunity for him to do so: the shutdown meant that spring training had to be pushed back and then clipped. He didn’t have a chance to fully expand by opening day. Now, a week into his first season, he’s deal. But he just finished seventh inning at 80 shots — more than he’s bowled so far at any time this spring.

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