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Steven Shell turned his career around last November with two events—a victory for the United States in the clinching game of the IBAF World Cup and a minor league deal with a new team. The switch from the Angels, who drafted him in the third round in 2001 out of El Reno (Okla.) High, helped send him on his way to a successful rookie season. He made his big league debut in June and then held hitters to a .194 batting average for the Nationals, going 2-2, 2.16 in 50 innings with 34 hits and 20 walks allowed and 41 strikeouts. He also picked up two saves.


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Majors | #2008 #Organization Reports #Washington Nationals

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