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Padres Prospect Interview: Sean Kazmar

San Antonio, TX-- What separates upper-level minor league players from their major league counterparts is the ability to consistently replicate their best performances on a regular basis.

In other words your performance has to match your potential. Missions' second baseman Sean Kazmar has as much talent as anyone in the organization, the challenge for him is to not just demonstrate it on a given night, week or month, but for the season. The converted shortstop was selected in the fifth-round of the 2004 draft out of Southern Nevada Community College and has more range than most... Recommended Stories

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