Around the Grapefruit League

Updated: February 22, 2007, 8:50 PM ET
Associated Press

New York Yankees: Carl Pavano cleared another hurdle, and Phil Hughes impressed. It was a good day all around when the Yankees' projected rotation and top starting prospects threw batting practice for the first time.

Pavano, starting the third season of a $39.95 million, four-year contract, hasn't pitched in the major leagues since June 27, 2005, because of shoulder, back, buttocks, elbow and rib injuries. He threw 35 pitches, including one that hit Alberto Gonzalez in the back. The Yankees ...

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