New position, but catching on

Switching from catcher to pitcher has been a breeze so far for Kenley Jansen

Updated: July 26, 2010, 9:47 AM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

LOS ANGELES -- As the left-field bullpen gates swung open at the start of the ninth inning on Sunday, there was no Ozzy Osbourne music. Dodger Stadium wasn't shaking with anticipation. And Jonathan Broxton, though he had told manager Joe Torre and pitching coach Rick Honeycutt before the game he was ready to go, was nowhere to be found.

Instead, it was a rookie who had been pitching for less than two years and had been in the big leagues for less than three days who came through that ...

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