Annex athlete Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox pitcher, is off to a 3-0 start, earning a 3.52 ERA in 11 starts since being activated from the disabled list last August. He has 81 strikeouts and h only 14 walks in the 76 2/3 innings he’s pitched over that time period.

He recently told RedSoxLife.com that much of his rebound from last year's off year has been in his training regimen:

"But it does start here (the Annex) with the injury prevention and arm care stuff that I’ve learned throughout the years. It started with Mickey (Brueckner, owner of Annex) and then the training staffs that I worked with in Detroit and now in Boston. I take all that knowledge collected together, pay attention to the detail that’s provided and take care of your shoulder religiously."

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