SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The world-wide Webb watch was in full force on Sunday at the Rangers' complex. Even club president Nolan Ryan was in attendance to watch Brandon Webb throw off a mound for the first time in 10 days.Webb threw about 28 pitches in 10 minutes. That constitutes a light session, but Webb was thrilled with the results. "It was good," Webb said. "Zero issues. Real good. I was a little wild, but I guess that's expected. I felt fine, I didn't want to stop." The Rangers stopped him. Just getting back on the mound was a significant step for Webb, and the Rangers decided to declare victory and call it a day.
2010 Spring Training - Texas Rangers
News & Features
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Sights & Sounds
Spring Training Info
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