Johnson expects 120-pitch outings and over 200 innings.
“You couldn’t ask for anymore after what he went through last year,”
Johnson said. “We’re not going to treat him like a fifth starter, because he’s certainly not a fifth starter. When his turn comes up, we’re going with him.”
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