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Blue Collar Closer Bulger Likes the Work

Jason Bulger is just one of the many young D'Back arms being groomed to close in the big leagues, and he knows it. How does one stand out from the crowd? By working, all the time, everywhere he goes. Managing Editor James Renwick talked to Bulger about when he wants to be in games (always), and how he plans to get there (did we mention the working?).

"It really doesn't matter who I'm facing in this league, when you're at this level everybody can hit."  Jason Bulger says this with almost no emotion.  There isn't a cocky attitude, there isn't fear, it is a matter of fact, bottom line observation.  Make your pitches, or you will pay. It has been pretty rare that Bulger has not made his pitches.  In 49 innings pitched in 2004 Bulger posted a 3.2... Recommended Stories

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