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TigsTown Q&A: Whitecaps pitcher Jair Jurrjens

Some prospects are known about from the day they are drafted by the Tigers; others come around much quieter. So was the case with Jair Jurrjens, who came from nowhere last summer to emerge as one of the better pitching prospects in the organization. Jurrjens has continued to improve, as he spoke with West Michigan Correspondent Deb Ziegler about his 2005 season what he has in store for him in the future.

TigsTown: The ‘Caps were able to make the playoffs by claiming the second half wild card. How would you compare the 1st & 2nd halves of the 2005 season? Jair Jurrjens: The first half we had a lot of holes hitting-wise and pitching-wise. We were just getting to know everybody and we weren't playing like a team. In the second half, we knew everybody and we're more together and we're playing like a...

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