Remember when the Yankees signed Jon Lieber and he was recovering from Tommy John surgery and it seemed like it took forever, but then, one day in 2004, Lieber was ready, came back and was a big help to our club going 14-8 with a 4.33 ERA.He was worth it. After that, he darted off to Philly, but the experiment worked.Since then, the Yankees have taken on similar projects. And now, the are gonna check out closer Joel Hanrahan, who is giving a showcase after he went down with a torn flexor tendon and UCL ligament last year.According to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick:Reliever Joel Hanrahan, 11 months removed from TJ surgery, will hold a showcase for teams next week, says a source.— Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) April 11, 2014 Well look, on one end, it's great that the guy has worked his way back and...

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