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Arcia Back and on the Verge

CHARLESTON, SC - After missing most of last season as a result of an ankle injury, RiverDogs' catcher Francisco Arcia enters the 2012 season declaring, "I'm back and ready to play."

"He's healthy and that's the main thing," manager Carlos Mendoza said. "He's back on the field and playing with confidence. He's worked very hard to get where he's at right now." In 2010, the Venezuelan-native spent time in both Charleston and Staten Island, hitting .255 with 8 doubles, two home runs, and 17 RBIs combined between the two levels, including .314 in 51 at-bats in Charleston... Recommended Stories

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