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Nice work by Diamondbacks farm director Mike Berger, who haggled with the fan in right field who...

Nice work by Diamondbacks farm director Mike Berger, who haggled with the fan in right field who caught Trent Oeltjen's home run, trading the ball for a pair of autographed bats - one by Oeltjen, one by Mark Reynolds. "I hooked him up," Reynolds said, smiling, adding that he wasn't going to ask Oeltjen for anything in return. "It's his first day in the big leagues," he said.

Nick's recap in the Republic
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