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Timing getting Hogan back on track

Catcher Doug Hogan got out to a slow start in the Arizona Fall League, but he has begun to right the ship, with four hits and two home runs in his last three contests. Lone Star Dugout caught up with the 25-year-old for a Q&A session.

After his first full season in professional baseball, Doug Hogan is playing in the Arizona Fall League and he's getting a chance to work with some of the game's most promising pitchers and catchers. The former 18th-round pick out of Clemson University spent his 2009 regular season between Single-A Hickory and High-A Bakersfield, batting .241 with 20 doubles and 16 homers. His outstanding .50...

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