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Bohn Taking it One Step at a Time

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - This isn't a perfect world we live in, by any means. Things happen, maybe the way we want them to, but oftentimes not. When Thomas Joseph Bohn, Jr. was drafted by Seattle in the 30th round of the 2002 amateur draft, one could easily assume he'd have hoped to go slightly higher, if only just a few hundred players earlier, instead of being number 910.

Rather than count the teams who passed on him over two dozen times and vow to get back at them like some athletes you hear about, Bohn, better known as "T.J.," simply looked at it as a win-win situation. "There wasn't much pressure on me. I wasn't one of those high draft picks that feels they have to do well," Bohn said. "Teams aren't expecting much out of a 30th-rounder, but I knew what I could... Recommended Stories

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