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Jorge Saez Learning From Lansing’s Huckaby

April 21, 2014

Jorge Saez Learning From Lansing’s Huckaby

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Catcher Jorge Saez never imagined that one day he’d be playing for a professional baseball team. In fact, when the draft was happening in 2012, Saez could no longer wait and watch the rounds fly by, and was at the pool when he found out he was drafted by...

Kendall Graveman Close to Making History

April 19, 2014

Kendall Graveman Close to Making History

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Lansing Lugnuts starter Kendall Graveman came close to making history Friday night. In Lansing’s  5-0 victory over the Beloit Snappers, Graveman pitched 8 1/3 hitless innings. The no-hitter was broken up by Snappers’ catcher Jose Chavez who hit a...

Daniel Norris, Javier Avendano Key in 6-0 Win

August 20, 2013

Daniel Norris, Javier Avendano Key in 6-0 Win

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The Lansing Lugnuts finished up their four-game series against the Lake County Captains in epic fashion on Monday night with a 6-0 victory, which was made possible by great pitching from Daniel Norris and Javier Avendano. Norris went six innings only allowing two...

Brett Lawrie Looks Forward To 2013 Season

January 30, 2013

Brett Lawrie Looks Forward To 2013 Season

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Last season, on September 6th, the Lansing Lugnuts’ took advantage of a rare opportunity to have Blue Jays’ third baseman Brett Lawrie in their lineup. Lawrie was rehabbing an oblique injury and made the trip to Michigan to take part in the Lugnuts’ playoff...

After First-Year Success, RHP Bobby Brosnahan Looks Forward to 2013

December 17, 2012

After First-Year Success, RHP Bobby Brosnahan Looks Forward to 2013

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Bobby Brosnahan, nicknamed ‘Bobby B,’ ‘BB,’ and ‘Braz’ due to the tough pronunciation of his last name (pronounced braz’nahan), joined the Blue Jays organization last year after signing as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Michigan, an experience,...

Lawrie, Arencibia, Carpenter, Carreno and Gomes to Join Blue Jays on Friday

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“My oblique is feeling a lot better,” said Lugnuts third baseman, Brett Lawrie, before Lansing’s elimination game where they lost to the TinCaps by a score of 9-6. “Now I’m just working my way up to the top.” As the team’s leadoff hitter, Lawrie went 3-for-4 in...