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TigsTown Q&A: Whitecaps Pitcher Dallas Trahern

When the Tigers selected Dallas Trahern on the second day of the amateur draft in 2004, it was mostly as an afterthought, as it was a foregone conclusion that Trahern was headed to Oklahoma. But then a coaching change prompted a change of heart, and Trahern ended up in the Tigers organization. West Michigan Correspondent spoke with the youngster about his first year of big league ball at Comstock Park.

TigsTown: The ‘Caps are currently close to leading the division. How would you compare the 1st & 2nd halves of the 2005 season? Dallas Trahern: Basically I just think it's been gelling as a team and getting all our components working together. There's a lot of things that go into baseball and now we're all kind of clicking on offense, defense, and pitching – I think that's the main thing. TT... Recommended Stories

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