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Former Cape Central player signs with Twins Organization

Former Cape Central stand out Christian Cavaness who went on to play College baseball at Lindenwood University-Belleville signed a contract with the Minnesota Twins Organization on Monday.

 Cavaness will report report to Fort Myers, Florida to join the Gulf Coast League Twins next week. He'll play on the rookie ball level for the final 32 games of the season.  Cavaness also becomes the first player from Lindenwood University-Belleville to sign a professional contract.

 As a junior, Cavaness was named an NAIA All-American.  And in three years in a Lynx uniform Cavaness was third all-time in hits, doubles and games played. He was also an All-Star this summer in the West Coast League.

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