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Antonini began the seasn in Savannah

Coming into the season, 2007 18th round pick Michael Antonini was an unlikely name many would follow. However, after a strong start in Savannah and then an even stronger showing in St. Lucie, the 23-year-old left-hander is now onto Binghamton becoming the first player this season to jump two long-season squads. Antonini explained what got him to this stage.

Last season, Michael Antonini was not even a full time starting pitcher. The left-hander began the year in Kingsport before moving onto Brooklyn after five Appalachian League appearances, including three starts. In Brooklyn, his role was the same, sharing time in a starting and relief role as he made two starts in seven appearances. In 36 2/3 combined innings pitched, he tallied a 1-1 record...

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