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Wildcat baseball update: Part 3 of 3

Zach Dials played for the Fisher Cats this year

The Kentucky Wildcat baseball program won the SEC regular season championship in 2006, and has landed top five recruiting classes in recent years. The 2010 season holds much promise for the Wildcats. But here's a look back--and forward--at some of the recent Cats who have helped the Wildcats earn success at UK. This is the third of a three-part series on Wildcats in the professional leagues.

Tyler Howe Playing in the New York Mets organization, catcher Tyler Howe played in 22 games in the Rookie league for the Kingsport Mets. Howe hit .245 with four doubles, one roundtripper and eight RBI on the year. The native of Clinton, Iowa, had an impressive on-base percentage of .519 and hit well with the bases empty, gathering a .333 mark. Howe also pitched 4.1 innings of scoreless baseball... Recommended Stories

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