Found July 04, 2013 on Georgia Sports Craze:
It's the moment that every young prospect dreams about, hopes after, and works tirelessly for. The day that the big club has a roster spot available, and calls them up for a look-see. Top farmhand Joey Terdoslavich got that call from the Atlanta Braves, and he finally has the chance to show off his skills in front of MLB. Just imagine, your first game in the big leagues...on July 4th.  The
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