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Lamb in position to claim D-backs' third-base job

Lamb in position to claim D-backs' third-base job

MLB.com Updated Oct 17 (3 days ago)
Based upon his brief 37-game history with the parent Arizona Diamondbacks, 24-year-old Jake Lamb played well enough to gain consideration to open the 2015 season as the team's starting third baseman.
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