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If you haven’t already heard… Angel Villalona said Tuesday that he’s dropping his $5 million dollar lawsuit against the San Francisco Giants. Villalona has been cleared of the homicide charges, and the Giants have decided to reinstate Villalona to their farm system.
Villalona Scouting Report
The scouting report on Villalona prior to his time away from the baseball field. He has a chance to be an above average hitter with flat out raw power! He’s projected to be a middle of the order type hitter. Villalona has made the transition from third to first base.
~King of Cali (Steven)
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