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Nick Castellanos, Detroit Tigers Prospect, Continues to Fly Beneath Hype's Radar

By the end of this weekend, the baseball world will be swimming in highlights from 20-year-old Mike Trout’s call up in Cleveland and 19-year-old Bryce Harper’s debut in Los Angeles. Come Monday morning, fans will drag their bodies back to work, talking about these two future All-Stars over hot coffee and cubicles. “How awesome was the Dodgers-Nats game on Saturday,” the guy with a crooked tie will say to his co-worker checking his email.
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