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Q&A with Kerry Ligtenberg

At age 35, Kerry Ligtenberg admits some days he just feels old. But after past injuries to his elbow (which required Tommy John Surgery), hip and knee, the veteran relief pitcher and former Atlanta Braves closer says he's as healthy as he'll ever be.

Ligtenberg debuted for the Braves in 1997. One year later, he went on to have the best season of his major league career, saving 30 games and posting a 2.71 ERA for a club that fell two wins short of the World Series. Prior to signing a minor league contract with the Cubs this past April, Ligtenberg was attempting a comeback with the Florida Marlins in Spring Training. He appeared in nine games...

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