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Robertson Raring To Go

Robertson made it to Vermont in his first year.

A fluke injury cut Oakland A's 2012 supplemental first-round pick Daniel Robertson's Instructional League camp short and altered his off-season plans. After more than four months of rehab, Robertson feels healthy and ready to show why A's coaches were raving about their second-overall pick after his pro debut season.

It was a normal day on the field in October. Daniel Robertson was taking batting practice when his metal cleat stuck in a turf mat. His foot stayed still as his right leg and knee continued to turn. "I felt my knee and I was like, ‘oh, shoot,'" Robertson said. Tests would reveal a torn meniscus, which cut Robertson's Instructional League camp short and would alter his off-season training. The... Recommended Stories

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