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Satin Settled After First Season

Josh Satin, selected in the 6th round of the 2008 Draft, found it difficult to adjust in the early weeks of the summer, but as time passed he found his comfort zone. In the closing weeks, he swung the bat better than any other time during the season which allowed him to end year feeling confident about where his game is going.

"My season was kind of a whirlwind for me. I started off so slow and didn't hit much early, and it seemed that after a while and when I got a rhythm things came together for me," said Cyclones second baseman Josh Satin. Satin's season did not start as smoothly as hoped as he struggled to a .243 clip [9-for-37] through the first 12 games. Satin, selected on the promise of his offense, did...

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