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Cardinal Prospect Interview: Josh Squatrito

Dustin Mattison chats with one of the newest Batavia Muckdogs, Josh Squatrito.

In the 25th round of the 2009 MLB First Year Player Draft, the St. Louis Cardinals selected Josh Squatrito, a right-handed pitcher out of Towson University. The closer had recently capped off his college career as one of the most successful pitchers in the school's history. In 2008, Squatrito struck out 66 while walking only 10 in 51.2 innings. He followed that record setting season with 4...

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