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Giese Thriving in Scranton Rotation

Dan Giese has a story that's equally as amazing as his 2008 season. After briefly retiring from baseball in 2005, returning in 2006, and then finally making his major league debut last season, Giese returned to Scranton. Now, in a new role, Giese is thriving, and he soon may get a chance to live another one of his ultimate dreams - pitching at Yankee stadium.

"It's nice to be back, I'm familiar with the whole area, and now the clubhouse is great. I just love being back here," Dan Giese said. He spent four seasons as a reliever for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons, posting 204 innings and a 3.35 ERA. He even won the Red Barons Pitcher of the Year award after winning 12 games out of the pen in 2004. After briefly retiring during the 200... Recommended Stories

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