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Jon Harris Prepared to Move Up in System

December 21, 2016

Jon Harris Prepared to Move Up in System

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  Right-handed pitcher Jon Harris did everything he could to warrant a promotion to double-A ball in the near future. Harris, who went through a mechanical adjustment on the rubber last off-season achieved the results the Toronto Blue Jays were hoping to see...

Andrew Guillotte Developing Well in the Outfield

December 14, 2016

Andrew Guillotte Developing Well in the Outfield

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  Presented with a new role when entering professional baseball, outfielder Andrew Guillotte has developed into a great defender and a solid bat at the top of the lineup every night.  Performing primarily as a leadoff hitter last season in Lansing; Guillotte...

RHP Dusty Isaacs Enjoying Bullpen Role

December 6, 2016

RHP Dusty Isaacs Enjoying Bullpen Role

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  Putting up excellent numbers in 2016, right-handed pitcher Dusty Isaacs took advantage of every opportunity presented to him last season. Helping Isaacs find those opportunities was second nature for the coaching staff, as the prospect was willing to...

Max Pentecost Effective at the Plate in 2016

November 29, 2016

Max Pentecost Effective at the Plate in 2016

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  One of the best stories of 2016 was the return of catching prospect Max Pentecost from shoulder surgery. Pentecost, who missed the entire 2015 season, entered camp with a lot of question marks about how effective his bat would be after a long hiatus from...

JC Cardenas Fine-Tuning his Skills

November 19, 2016

JC Cardenas Fine-Tuning his Skills

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Developing as a switch hitter generally takes longer to achieve than players who only hit from one side of the plate.  There’s many reasons for this fact, but the primary factor is that it takes longer to create consistency at both sides of the plate with...

Jake Thomas Determined to Succeed

November 4, 2016

Jake Thomas Determined to Succeed

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  Determined to climb the minor league ladder despite his smaller stature, outfielder Jake Thomas proves it takes more than size to succeed in the sport of baseball. Standing just 5’10” and weighing 190 pounds, Thomas played like a much bigger...