Chasers' Dwyer looks to build on strong season in bid for a spot in Kansas City

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Posted: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 12:00 am

Chris Dwyer did everything he could do, everything he needed to do, to put the finishing touches on his minor-league career.

He was Omaha's representative in the Class AAA All-Star Game. He was named the team's most valuable pitcher. And then he was the most valuable player of the Triple-A National Championship Game, retiring the first 20 batters in order, allowing one hit over seven shutout innings and getting the victory in the Storm Chasers' 2-1 win over Durham.

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