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Jon Gray's innings limit may not be what we thought it was

Jeff Bridich reveals that what we all thought was Gray's inning limit may not be true.

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Despite the fairly public number of 30-35 innings that everyone was expecting Jon Gray to throw this season, Thomas Harding's quotes from Jeff Bridich reveal that Jon Gray's inning limit may not be what we thought it was.

"We're not talking about a magic number," Bridich said of Gray, whose combined total from Triple-A Albuquerque and the Majors matches last year's innings. "We're just going to be intelligent. The process started prior to him getting to the big league level. We're just going to continue to manage his workload."

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