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PhoulBallz Interview: Josh Stephen answers Nine Silly-ass Questions

Josh Stephen, image- Jay Floyd
Last week I sat down with Double-A Reading outfielder Josh Stephen to have some fun.  Right in the visiting dugout at Trenton's ARM & HAMMER Park, the 21-year-old lefty batter took on the topics of music, his favorite thing about New Jersey, career mementos, his coolest teammate and plenty more.

To hear the complete interview with Stephen, head on over to Patreon.com/PhoulBallz to support my work, become a patron and gain access to a whole lot of exclusive content plus gain early access to other articles as well. 

The post there will feature a bit of news about Josh that hasn't been announced elsewhere.  You can be among the first to know.

Also, recently, I wrote a feature on Josh's contributions to Reading's success this season.  You can read that separate piece by clicking this link.

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