Daniel Bard, now in Single-A, still having control problems

It wasn't long ago that hard-throwing right-hander Daniel Bard was one of the most dominant relievers in baseball. Bard, now 28, ran into some control problems when Boston moved him into the rotation in 2012, walking 43 while striking out only 38 in 59 1/3 innings. A stint in the minors didn't do him any good. In fact, the control problems only got worse. (CBS Sports)

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