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Q&A With A's 27th-Round Pick Ryan Huck

Ryan Huck hit five homers in his pro debut season.

TROY, NY - The 2013 season was one to remember for first baseman Ryan Huck. After a record-setting year at Western Kentucky, Huck realized a life-long dream by being drafted into professional baseball. Donald Moore spoke with Huck during the final weeks of the 2013 regular season.

To say the 2013 season was a breakthrough campaign for Ryan Huck would be an understatement. The Western Kentucky first baseman began the year as a longshot to be drafted. Then he put up Tecmo Baseball-like numbers for the Hilltoppers and all of that changed. In 53 games with the Hilltoppers this season, Huck hit .367 with 16 homers, 56 RBI and a .694 SLG. Those numbers opened a lot of eyes and...

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