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Dailey Hot In Sunshine State
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, October 8, 2009
Orlando, FL - Shortstop Brandon Dailey is going through the Junior National Team experience for the second year in a row and is making quite an impression.

The 17 year old native of Brantford has had a long season, making stops in Florida, Dominican Republic, Cuba, North Carolina and Tennessee but continues to make a strong impact while wearing the red and white uniform. During the Red and Grey intersquad game on Wednesday, Dailey led Team Grey to a 9-5 victory with a 2 run single in the third inning and solo home run in the sixth. Yesterday, the JNT took on the Washington Nationals and were once again helped by Dailey to a 6-4 victory. Dailey broke a fifth inning 2-2 tie with another 2 run single, putting the Juniors ahead 4-2. Next up for the Junior National Team is a match up with the Houston Astros this afternoon at 1 PM at Champion Stadium at Disney's Wide World of Sports.
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