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Tigers Prospect Profile #30: Bryan Holaday

Backup catchers are one of those commodities that aren't often given much thought, that is, right up until you need one. Fortunately for the Tigers, the organization has a player that fits the role perfectly, and will be headed to big league camp with an eye on winning the job.

Bryan Holaday Position: Catcher Height: 6-0 Weight: 205 Born: 11/19/1987 Bats: Right Throws: Right Acquired: 2010 MLB Draft, 6th Round Ranking History: #22 (2010), #37 (2011) Background Holaday was the Tigers sixth round pick in June 2010 and signed after TCU completed their run through the College World Series. After signing, Holaday hit .220 in 44 games with High-A Lakeland. The following...

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