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Angelo Gumbs can't wait for next season

Charleston second baseman Angelo Gumbs was well on his way to having a breakout season with the RiverDogs this past season when a torn tricep in his left arm a week before the All Star break ended his year prematurely. He returned during Instructs, however, and he already has his eyes set on continuing that breakout in 2013.

He sustained the injury around June 14th or so and still managed to continue playing until eventually being shut down on June 26th. "I was facing a pitcher and he threw me a changeup," Gumbs recounted how it happened. "I was fooled and I don't know if tried to stop or what, but I kind of hyper-extended it and it tore." While he didn't realize it was torn for another ten days or so... Recommended Stories

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