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Henry joins Aeros, Davis sent to Kinston

By sstorm Published: June 14, 2010

During Monday's schduled off-day, the Aeros made a roster swap - sending INF Adam Davis back to Class-A Kinston while OF Jordan Henry joined the Aeros from Kinston.

Davis, who played in five games with the Aeros, batted .176 while showcasing his versatility by starting at third base, center field, right field and left field in a four-game stretch. He has spent the majority of the previous two seasons with the K-Tribe and was selected by the Indians in the third round in the 2006 draft.

Henry, Cleveland’s seventh-round selection in the 2009 draft, joins the Aeros after leading the Kinston's offense for most of this season. Upon his first promotion to Double-A, Henry ranked fourth in the Carolina League with a .333 batting average, sixth with 14 stolen bases and was tied for fourth with 30 walks. The University of Mississippi product celebrated his 22nd birthday Sunday.

The red-hot Aeros, whose franchise-high 12-game winning streak was halted Sunday, hit the road for a six-game road trip that begins Tuesday in New Hampshire and continues in Portland before returning to Canal Park June 22nd.

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