Found August 30, 2013 on CLNS Radio:
 It’s not every day that you have a professional baseball player that was a member of the a team that played in the World Series less than a year ago be a part of your Triple-A ball club. That is the case for former Detroit Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry who is looking to have an impact on the Boston Red Sox if called up in September. After a solid rookie campaign in 2012 with the Tigers, hitting .258 2 HRs 29 RBIs and 28 stolen bases in 94 games, 2013 has been an unkind welcome for Berry. During two different stints in Triple-A with Toledo and Omaha, he has only hit .191 in 91 games but has gone 28 for 32 in stolen base attempts. “I am really excited to be here and [the organization is] more of my style; real chill, laidback, let you play and enjoy the game,” Berry said. Despite his struggles this year, Berry said that still grateful for this situation to be with the Boston organization. “It’s been tough really tough season,” he said. “I have said to people before it’s not really ...
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