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Mark Parent Talks BlueClaws, 7/12/10

After the BlueClaws' loss to Delmarva on Monday, I spoke with manager Mark Parent.

I asked Mark about Jiwan James' 20-game hitting streak and James' progress toward becoming an offensive leader for the club, about Jonathan Pettibone's recent success (2.36 ERA & .156 batting average against over his last 6 games) and about Jonathan Singleton's slump. I also asked him about Brian Gump's injury and recovery progress. Gump's forearm was fractured when he was hit by a pitch on Independence Day last week.

Check out the media player below to listen to all of Parent's comments.


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