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After an outstanding first half that included an invite to the Midwest League All-Star Game, outfielder Chad Tracy batted just .217 with six home runs in the season's second half. Lone Star Dugout sat down with the prospect to discuss his season as a hitter and his future as a defender.

The 2007 campaign was a rollercoaster ride for Single-A Clinton outfielder Chad Tracy, who was playing his first full season of professional baseball. Tracy got off to a fast start, as he went into the All-Star break as the Midwest League leader in both doubles and runs batted in. However, Tracy struggled in the second half, batting just .217 with six home runs and 29 RBI in 67 post-All-Star... Recommended Stories

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