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Black Handling It Well

Black pitched five scoreless innings last time out

CHARLESTON, SC - Corey Black has not had an easy season thus far. After being drafted by the Yankees in the fourth round of the 2012 draft, the San Diego native has already played in the Gulf Coast League, with Staten Island, and now the Charleston RiverDogs.

"It's hard coming into a club house and getting to know all the guys, and then having to move out right away," Black said. "Every team I've been on has received me with open arms and there are a lot of fun guys in this organization." Black pitched one game while in the GCL, before heading to Staten Island where he pitched in six games. He didn't receive a win or loss in any of those games... Recommended Stories

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