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Q&A with Braves 36th Round Pick Braden Bishop

Bishop has a commitment to Univ. of Washington

The Braves selected centerfielder Braden Bishop in the 36th round pick out of St. Francis High School in California. He sat down with us for a Q&A session to talk about being drafted by the Braves, who he would compare his game to at the big league level, and more.

AtlantaDugout.com: Tell us what it feels like to be selected by the Braves? Braden Bishop: It feels good because I've always liked watching the Braves play and they were the one team that showed the most interest so it was exciting when I got the call. AtlantaDugout.com: Talk about your game a little bit. What type of player are you and how do you see yourself fitting in with the Braves...

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