Bat Cats Keeping In-State Talent

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 7/03/2012 8:15 pm
2012 Kentucky Mr. Baseball Ryne Combs, Bourbon County's Chase Mullins and Franklin County's Zach Arnold all have one thing in common.

They'll be Bat Cats next year.

Mullins and Arnold were both selected in the 2012 MLB Draft.  Keeping in-state talent in state can be an issue.  But Gary Henderson and company are starting to pull in the big-time Bluegrass boys with regular consistency.

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