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Dean Makes Progress In Step Up To NYPL

Sometimes, high school right-handers don't get a lot of attention, unless they're a first round pick. P.J. Dean is getting more and more attention after two solid seasons in the Nationals organization.

In 2007, P.J. Dean was a fresh-faced kid just out of high school that didn't quite know what to expect as he ventured into the world of professional baseball. As a 7th round pick in the 2007 Draft, Dean headed for the Gulf Coast League and put up decent numbers in nine games for the GCL Nationals. The Nats saw enough progress in him to move him along to the New York-Penn League in 2008 and he...

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