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Charleston RiverDogs Season In Review

Bichette is better than his 2012 numbers suggest

The Charleston RiverDogs had a very solid season in 2012, finishing the year with a 73-63 record on the strength of a 41-26 first half. While a few of their better prospects were promoted by the break, the team still ended with some good prospects. We take a look at where was the team's greatest depth, which prospects stood out, which ones could be 'sleeper' prospects down the road, and more.

The Team It really was a tale of two halves for the Charleston squad. Headlined by the likes of Mason Williams, Tyler Austin, and Gary Sanchez [all of whom will be covered in our Tampa Yankees review], the team just wasn't the same after the trio was promoted, finishing just 34-35 in the second half. Overall, they finished fourth in team batting average [.268], and fifth in the 14-team...

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