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Goldeyes trade Albaugh to Florence Freedom

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The Goldeyes made their first move of training camp on Thursday, sending rookie catcher Matt Albaugh to the Frontier League.

Albaugh, was fresh off his college career at Kutztown University, and arrived in Winnipeg as one of three catchers in camp – the others being Luis Alen and returning rookie Jordan Guida. On Thursday, Fish manager Rick Forney traded him to the Florence Freedom of the Frontier League, another independent league, in exchange for future considerations.

The move leaves 25 players on the training-camp roster. The Fish must get down to 23 by the time the season opens next week, and then have a little bit more time before they have to pare the active roster down to 22 they are allowed to carry through the season.

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