INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - David Bednar's young career has been full of adjustments.
Not only was Bednar traded to Pittsburgh just as he cracked the major leagues, he had several adjustments while transitioning into an All-Star pitcher.
Bednar, a starter for his entire time at Lafayette College, just made his first professional start as the opener with Indianapolis last week in a rehab appearance. He was groomed from the beginning as a reliever in the San Diego organization.
“It was definitely an adjustment from going from college to pro ball,“ Bednar said. “It was mainly just the starter to reliever aspect. Thankfully, it was an easy transition. Once I figured out the routine, that was the tough part. It was how to find a routine for me and how to get to work in. You have to be ready t...
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