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Goldeyes start building for next season

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The 2012 American Association champion Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team has taken the first step to building next season's team.

Manager Rick Forney announced today that he has picked up the option on 15 players for the 2013 season. The players must still be signed to an American Association contract for next season or they may play out their option year.

The players include:

Luis Alen, catcher

Chris Allen, pitcher

Zach Baldwin, pitcher

Brian Beuning, pitcher

Mike Coles, outfielder

Yurendell de Caster, infielder

Kaohi Downing, pitcher

Price Kendall, infielder

Josh Mazzola, infielder/outfielder

Todd Privett, pitcher

Amos Ramon, infielder

Chris Roberson, outfielder

Matt Rusch, pitcher

Chris Salamida, pitcher

Ace Walker, pitcher

The Goldeyes placed three players on irrevocable waivers for the purpose of granting their release including infielders Barbaro Canizares and Jose Duran and pitcher Denver Wynn.

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