The answer to that all-important question is, at this juncture, a very positive one. Bob Hohler of the Boston Globe reports that after yesterday's outing against the Orioles, Martinez was most enthusiastic, in spite of a pedestrian pitching line. "There's some extra strength on my arm. I felt like I could throw 98 miles per hour. ... It's a lot better than I expected. It's just perfect, the way it's going right now."
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