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Juhl Adjusts To Backup Role

September 16, 2008
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This is a piece that will run in this week's Minor Happenings, but wanted to run on its own as well. Even though the season is over, there will still be several player interviews and news updates to provide through the end of the month.

Indians minor league catcher Brian Juhl is what you would call an organizational soldier. A player who has little chance of making it to the big leagues or even to Triple-A, but still important where he provides depth and fills a need at catcher in the middle levels of the system. As an organizational player, the playing time can be a bit sporadic, especially for a backup catcher. Through it all Juhl has kept a positive attitude and adjusted to not only the limited playing but also the transition to the professional ranks.

"To be honest, playing time [was] hard to come by,

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