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(NBC News)   Arizona Diamondbacks draft Cory Hahn. Difficulty: In 2011 Hahn fractured his C-5 vertebrate stealing second while playing for ASU, leading to paralysis from the chest down   (nbcnews.com ) divider line
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2013-06-10 08:50:23 AM  
 
2013-06-10 08:53:18 AM  
Pete and Repeat were in a boat. Pete fell out, who was left?
 
2013-06-10 09:05:14 AM  
Repeat?
 
2013-06-10 09:31:41 AM  
Another interesting draft pick is that the Reds drafted Chad Jones, formally of LSU and the NY Giants, in the 9th round. While at LSU Chad Jones was a two sport star. He was a starting Free Safety on the football team and a Center Fielder and Relief Pitcher on the baseball team. After choosing to play professional football instead of baseball he got hurt in a horrible traffic accident before he ever stepped on the field for the Giants. He almost had to have his leg amputated. He has been trying to get his life back together and apparently the Reds thought he has done a good enough job to give him a flyer in the 9th round. Being a left handed relief pitcher with a wicked slider is the most likely reason why the Reds drafted him. I hope it works out, he is a really good kid with a solid head on his shoulders.
 
2013-06-10 09:38:53 AM  
I assume he'll play catcher?
 
2013-06-11 11:05:01 AM  
Easy Out! Easy Out! Move in, outfield!
 
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