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Edwin Gomez: Saving Best for the Post-Season

After a successful first season in the United States, St, Louis Cardinals prospect Edwin Gomez took time to talk with Dustin Mattison.

Outfielder Edwin Gomez made a huge leap in the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system in 2008.  After three seasons in the Dominican Summer League, the 20-year-old made the jump all the way to the New York-Penn League.  The Dominican hit .256/.332/.390 in 48 games in his North American debut.   Gomez saved his best for the post-season.  During the playoffs for the Batavia Muckdogs, he hit...

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