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Hamburger living out a dream

Hamburger's fastball reaches the mid-90s

Just over two years ago, Mark Hamburger attended an open tryout with the Minnesota Twins, hoping to simply get noticed by scouts. Now, the right-hander has developed into one of the Rangers' more intriguing relief prospects. Lone Star Dugout caught up with the 22-year-old for a Q&A session.

Ever since he was acquired from the Minnesota Twins last summer, right-hander Mark Hamburger has been one of the Rangers' most intriguing relief prospects. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound pitcher signed with the Twins in 2007 after he attended the club's open tryout camp at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. Hamburger showed promise with the rookie-level GCL club in 2007, and he posted a 4.17 earned-run...

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