Veteran players help Jays' development

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Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:00 am

One of the biggest developments of Creighton's recently completed fall baseball practice was the lack of activity in the training room.

Coach Ed Servais has difficulty remembering a fall like this one, when progress was not inhibited by injury. Reliever Max Ising did miss time after tearing cartilage in his knee on the opening day of drills, but he was back throwing 91 to 92 mph by the end of the five weeks of drills.

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