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Tigers Prospect Profile #42: Justin Henry

Justin Henry hasn't overwhelmed anyone with his tools, however, his versatility has made him valuable to the organization, and in 2011, his bat came on, hitting .300 between Erie and Toledo. With his defensive versatility, could Henry become the club's next version of Don Kelly?

Justin Henry Position:Utility Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 Born: 4/30/1985 Bats: Left Throws: Right Background A ninth round pick of the club in 2007, Henry came out of the gate firing on all cylinders that summer, finishing with a .340/.421/.412 line for short-season Oneonta. He continued hitting next year in the Midwest League with a .295/.356/.360 line, playing almost exclusively at second bath... Recommended Stories

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