December 10, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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About Brad JohnsonBrad Johnson is a 24 year old graduate of Macalester College where he majored in Economics and History. He aspires to one day be an important member of a major league front office. He's also interested in writing and behavioral economics. You can follow him on Twitter @baseballAteam. He would like that.
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