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House Looking To Have A Stronger Season

House Looking To Have A Stronger Season
April 12, 2010
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T.J. HouseOn Sunday afternoon, left-hander T.J. House made his advanced Single-A debut in the Carolina League for the Kinston Indians.  He did not disappoint, going five strong innings where he allowed two runs on six hits and one walks, but most impressively had ten strikeouts.

Depending on what publication you refer to House is a top ten prospect in the Indians system or just outside of the top ten.  That along with his young age (20), draft pedigree ($750K signing bonus), and performance last year at Low-A Lake County as a 19-year old (6-11, 3.15 ERA) have him targeted as one of the most interesting players for fans to follow this season in the minors.

With the season underway, House feels strong and is ready for the challenge of the new league and what may be in store for him this year.

"I [felt] a lot better coming into spring training this year,

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