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Segedin Can Move Now

TRENTON, NJ - In 2013, Rob Segedin had solidified his spot in the Trenton Thunder lineup early on in that season. He was hitting .338 with three home runs, 17 RBIs, and was a cornerstone at the third base position. Then after the 18th game played of the season, Segedin was forced to undergo hip surgery. Now in 2014, Segedin is back in Trenton working hard to pick up right where he left off.

He's batting .243 as opposed to the average boasted in 2013, but is third on the team with five home runs, and second on the team lead with 25 RBIs through 41 games this season. I'm feeling great!" Segedin said. "I'm able to move a lot better and it's been showing in my game. I'm healthy, and I'm back to feeling how I should be when playing. I'm moving better laterally and swinging the bat... Recommended Stories

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