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St. Cloud Rox Sign 3 to 2013 Roster

courtesy of stcloudrox.com

The St. Cloud Rox signed 3 players to join the team for the 2013 season.  The 3 players are University of California freshman outfielder Devin Pearson and California freshman pitcher Jordan Talbot and St. Cloud State sophomore outfielder Eric Loxtercamp.

Pearson is a 5-11 190 righthander, Talbot is a 6’4 230 pound righthander and Loxtercamp is a 5-8 righthander from Cold Spring who led Rocori to the 2010 Class AA State baseball championship.

The St. Cloud Rox begin the 2013 season at Waterloo, Iowa May 29.  Hear the Rox on AM 1390-the Fan this season and see a complete list of St. Cloud Rox players signed for the 2013 season by going to stcloudrox.com.

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