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Bees' Thompson Regains His Footing

Thompson has 21 RBIs in 27 games this season.

Tony Thompson's 2010 season was wrecked by a knee injury that contributed to his slide in the MLB draft and his lackluster numbers with Low-A Vancouver. Healthy in 2011, Thompson is determined to show what he can do when healthy.

Playing with a clean bill of health for the first time in more than a year, Oakland A's third base prospect Tony Thompson has become one of the top hitters in first-place Burlington Bees' lineup. While that may come as a surprise to the many teams that passed up on the Kansas University player in the 2010 amateur draft, it isn't for the 6'4'' Thompson, who has always proven to be a prolific... Recommended Stories

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