WOODBRIDGE — Among the goals Doug Fister wanted to check off during his first rehabilitation start was to be able to throw his breaking ball without feeling any discomfort.
The breaking ball is one of Fister’s more important pitches to go with a fastball that usually ranges in the mid-90s. During his rehab start Sunday at Pfitzner Stadium against the Hillcats, the 6-foot-8 right-hander was able to throw his breaking ball for strikes and his fastball hit as high as 88 during his four innings.
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