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Squires: "I have to show I can pitch"

For the last two seasons, Matt Squires has been pitching with less than a completely healthy arm. After undergoing shoulder surgery, Squires looks forward to being healthy in 2006 and proving to everyone what he already know - he can pitch.

Even though Matt Squires has a lot to prove, he's probably in a better place coming into Spring Training 2006 than he's ever been. "I took time off and just worked out a lot over the winter," said Squires. "I got to spend a lot of time with my family and clear my head." Now, Squires is in Clearwater and anxious for spring training to start, so he can show what a little time away - and a... Recommended Stories

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