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"The Boss" Jonathan Singleton Has a Statement

Phillies phans everywhere are growing more and more impressed with the output of 18-year-old Lakewood BlueClaws first baseman Jonathan Singleton. The 8th round 2009 draft pick is batting .407 with 6 homers, 28 RBI and a 1.204 OPS in 27 games played with the A-Level BlueClaws thus far.

Singleton himself is growing a bit impressed also, with one particular Phillies blog...the site that is brought to you by The Shore Sports Network-


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