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Jim Williams: John Smoltz confident Stephen Strasburg will turn his season around

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In 1991, a young Atlanta Braves pitching sensation by the name of John Smoltz was 2-11 nearing the All Star break, and like with the Nationals' Stephen Strasburg, the baseball world was wondering what was wrong. Smoltz made the choice to see a sports psychologist and he finished the 1991 season on 12-2 run, including two wins in the NLCS, leading Atlanta to the World Series. Tuesday I spoke...

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