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TigsTown Q&A: Shortstop Brent Dlugach

Brent Dlugach wasn't your prototypical shortstop coming out of college; standing at 6-foot, 5-inches, Dlugach has the height of a first baseman. But Dlugach has showed no signs of struggling at his position, and in his second pro season, is turning up his offense. West Michigan Correspondent Deb Ziegler talked with Dlugach about his season and his future with the Tigers.

TigsTown.com: You're into the 3rd month of the 2005 season now—how are things going? Brent Dlugach: They're going good – our team struggled a little bit earlier but we're starting to come together, starting to win a lot more games. I think we're going to finish strong in the second half. TT: Have you set a specific goal for yourself this season? Dlugach: As a team we just want to make the...

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