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Jansen reports no issues after throwing in 'pen

Jansen reports no issues after throwing in 'pen

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Jansen reports no issues after throwing in 'pen
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen, who announced Tuesday that he will be on blood-thinning medication for 10 more days with hopes to return Sept. 18, threw a bullpen session Wednesday and said he felt fine.

He will also be taking a sleep apnea test overnight Wednesday at a facility to see if there is any relation between his sleep patterns and his irregular heartbeat.

He then plans to fly with the team to San Francisco on Thursday and continue what he's been doing for the next two weeks.

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