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Higashioka Looking For His Opportunies

Higgy has just four Double-A games under his belt

Behind home plate, squeezed between a batter and an umpire, one particular position player is often overlooked on a baseball team- the catcher. With just a few days on the Trenton Thunder roster, catcher Kyle Higashioka is already turning heads with his defensive game as a newbie in Double-A, making management excited for what's to come.

"He just go here and is doing a great job [for a] young guy," Thunder manager Tony Franklin said. "First time at this level and I'm quite pleased with what he has done. [Kyle] hasn't had a great deal of opportunity to play yet but, I think he has played [four] games, he has done well. I only suspect that he is going to get better. "It is going to take some time for him to get adjusted to the...

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