ATLANTA (AP) -- In a sure sign that major league baseball is just around the corner, Atlanta Braves pitchers are set to begin their conditioning drills tomorrow.
Pitching coach Roger McDowell holds the annual camp in Atlanta before pitchers report to spring training at the Disney complex in Florida.
With Tom Glavine added to the rotation and Mike Hampton expected to be ready for spring, general manager Frank Wren says the Braves' staff boasts new depth.
The top two pitchers are back from last year -- John Smoltz and Tim Hudson.
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