FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins are being patient with Rich Harden, who is trying to win a job on the team after missing a season because of shoulder surgery.
A former power pitcher, Harden is trying to revive his career following the rotator cuff operation on Jan. 31 last year.
After going 10-2 for Oakland and the Chicago Cubs in 2008, when he struck out 181 batters in 148 innings, Harden was 9-9 for the Cubs in 2009, 5-5 for Texas in 2010 and 4-4 for Oakland in 2011. Harden started light throwing last July. He's with the Twins on a minor league contract.
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