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Former Seton Hill reliever Kenny Wells signs with Braves

Bill Beckner

This week has been a real thrill for the “Trill.”

Kenny Wells, a former Seton Hill relief pitcher with the social media name, “Kenny Trill,” signed this week with the Danville Braves, the Advanced-Rookie level affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.

He made his minor league debut on the Fourth of July and worked a scoreless inning of relief in a 14-8 loss at the Princeton Rays.

Wells, from Lodi, Ohio, went 2-3 in 19 appearances with five saves in his final season at Seton Hill. He struck out 42 and walked 18 in 26.2 innings.

What most will remember about Wells during his time in Greensburg was how he came back from a near-death experience while pitching in practice a couple of years ago.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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