Now that Hicks is hitting, could he get job over Lucas?

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – He has a degree from Dartmouth, student loans to pay down and some friends in high places, but Ed Lucas is still plugging away on a minor-league baseball salary, chasing a dream.

He’ll turn 29 in May, and might be back in Triple-A for his birthday, given how his performance this spring has tailed off as roster decisions loom. Still, Lucas isn’t thinking about shucking this life for a desk and a big salary.

Hicks' defense has always been stellar.

Hicks' defense has always been stellar.

“Oh, no,” he said. “This is what it’s all about. I’ve got the rest of my life to try to find a job somewhere else. It’s a limited window to play professional sports.”

The Braves signed the long-time Royals farmhand as a six-year minor league free agent during the winter. He has no big-league experience, but the versatile infielder/outfielder posted career-best numbers last season at Triple-A Omaha, batting .307 with 13 homers, a .398 OBP and an .878 OPS in 99 games.

He came to camp as a frontrunner for one of the last spots on the Braves’ bench – he can play all infield positions including shortstop, which was key — and for the first three or four weeks of camp it looked like he was in position to nail down a job.

But lately he’s gotten serious competition from Brandon Hicks, a superb defensive shortstop and a fine third baseman. If Hicks had hit in the past like he’s hitting now, the Braves wouldn’t have had to trade for a shortstop when they got rid of Yunel Escobar.

(Bobby Cox said last year that Hicks, if he were on the team, would’ve been one of the top defensive shortstops in baseball, if not the best.)

It’s still only spring training, but Hicks is finally hitting, batting .355 with four extra-base hits and six RBIs entering today’s game against the Mets here in Port St. Lousy, and he’s 4-for-6 with a double and homer in his past three games.

He’s at shortstop today; Lucas is on the trip but on bench to start the game.

Brooks Conrad seems like a lock for one utility infield job, his many late-innings clutch hits last season outweighing his underwhelming spring performance and much-chronicled defensive gaffes at the end of last season and in the division series.

There are probably only two bench jobs undecided, and Lucas and Hicks might be battling for one. The Braves haven’t said, exactly.

Joe Mather, despite his poor spring, could still have an upper hand for the other job, because the Braves need a backup CF and his competition is Matt Young, a lefty hitter on a team that needs right-handed hitters, and Wilkin Ramirez, who hit just .234 in the minors last season (albeit with 23 homers). Mather is out of minor-league options and Ramirez is not, but the Braves might be able to get Mather through waivers given his injury-plagued past and his performance this spring. (Ramirez just made two errors in three-run first inning of today’s game against the Mets, right after I posted this.)

Getting back to what is probably the last available job, the one Lucas seemed ready to win a few weeks back. He’s 1-for-18 in his past nine games before today’s game here in Port St. Lousy. Lucas is here but not in the lineup (Hicks is at shortstop).

While former teammates such as Jason Heyward moved on to majors, Hicks (right) was back in minors as the Braves waited for him to hit.

While former teammates such as Jason Heyward moved on to majors, Hicks (right) was back in minors as the Braves waited for him to hit.

The Braves have been waiting and hoping that Hicks would hit. This spring he has, especially lately at the time of spring when job competitions really come into focus and team officials watch to see which players will step up and seize an opportunity.

Since Lucas isn’t a certainty to make the team, I thought it’d be a good time to share an interview I did with him a few weeks ago about his unusual background. I mean, you don’t get a lot of Ivy Leaguers on the ballfield, even if there are plenty in baseball front offices these days. And you really don’t see many Ivy Leaguers who are nearing the age of 30 and still scrappiing and trying to get their first cup of coffee in the majors.

So here’s what Lucas, a Central Florida native, had to say…

On finally getting his business degree from Dartmouth: “I was in Triple A with Kansas City last year, in Omaha. I’d been trying to finish my degree; I only had one class left. My senior year I withdrew from a class because I had a big assignment due, and I also had a workout with the Red Sox. So I chose to go to Fenway. Dropped the class.

“And I spent six years trying to find a place that offered it, because it was a high-level econ course. So I’ve been trying to find a place. [Dartmouth] is real stringent with their transfer requirements, so I hadn’t been able to find it anywhere, at least anything that would fit into my schedule.”

(It finally worked out last year, when he found the course offered at Creighton in Omaha, and a professor who was willing to work with Lucas around his schedule. He finished the course and got his degree – seven years after leaving Dartmouth.)

On playing ball at Dartmouth: “I played football [quarterback] my freshman year and spent all fall playing football. By the time I got to baseball season, officially I walked on the baseball team. I was a recruited football player and walked on the baseball team. My freshman year of baseball I got like 20 at-bats.

“Then I quit football after my freshman year [and focused on baseball].”

On playing quarterback in high school: “Right up the road actually in Port Orange, right outside of Daytona. Spruce Creek. I was All-State in 5A. It was weird though. First-team All-Star in Florida, big school, didn’t get recruited by anybody, really. I mean, not big-time. So my criteria coming out of high school was just to go to the best school I could get into, where I could play both sports.”

(He had a 4.4 GPA in high school and scored a 1380 on the SAT.)

On pursuing a career as a baseball player: “Coming out of high school I never thought I was going to play pro ball. I mean, in the back of my mind it was something I always wanted to do. But that wasn’t why I was going to school. I was going to school to get my degree. It kind of just worked out that way.

“I just wanted to get a good degree, try to play both sports in college.”

Did you get a scholarship? “No athletic scholarships [at Ivy League schools], so I got some academic money and some grants. But I’ve still got a healthy amount of student loans to my name.”

(His mom is a nurse, and dad owns a small business.)

On Jason Heyward’s parents being Dartmouth grads: “I just mentioned to him [three weeks ago]. I’d known his parents went to Dartmouth, but I didn’t mention it to him until last night, that I’d gone there. I told him to tell his parents that I said hi. Hopefully I’ll run into them at some point.

Any former Dartmouth teammates have impressive jobs? “Actually it’s really cool, from the four years I was there, there’s probably five or six guys in front offices right now, in major league baseball.”

“There’s guys all over the place. I’ve thought about that, vaguely. Kind of just worried about my playing career right now, but it’s something I’ve thought about pursuing in the future, whenever this comes to an end.”

Lucas started strong this spring, then slumped the past two weeks.

Lucas started strong this spring, then slumped the past two weeks.

On being compared to Mark DeRosa, infielder and former Ivy League quarterback at Penn: “To be honest with you, I was never very good at football. For some reason … I felt like I was smart and I made good decisions. But I never could throw properly. I never threw a tight spiral. So I’d try to throw a deep out [pattern] or a long ball, and I’d flutter a little bit. It used to frustrate me to no end.”

On versatility (he’s played all positions in minors except pitcher and catcher): “That’s something I enjoy, take pride in. I pride myself on being a versatile guy. I’ve never been extremely good at any one thing, but I take pride in just kind of being decent to good at everything, whether it be play at all positions, hit for contact, hit for power, running a little bit, whatever it takes.

“I looked forward to coming to the National League. I feel like my skill set plays a little bit better there.”

On signing with Braves after so many years with Royals: “I was ecstatic. Everything I’ve heard over the last seven years – and the Royals had a lot of guys come over from the Braves – usually there’s a little discontent from guys coming over to a new team, but everybody always had nothing but unbelievable things to say about this organization. So when they called in the offseason I was extremely interested from Day 1.”

Braves lineup

  1. Prado LF
  2. McLouth CF
  3. Freeman 1B
  4. McCann C
  5. Ramirez RF
  6. Conrad 3B
  7. Young 2B
  8. Hicks SS
  9. Lowe RH

♣ OK, let’s stop there and post this thing, since game’s about to start. We’ll close with a tune from the great Lou Reed, which you can hear and see him sing by clicking the link for this video.

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“ROMEO HAD JULIETTE” by Lou Reed

Caught between the twisted stars
the plotted lines the faulty map
that brought Columbus to New York
Betwixt between the East and West
he calls on her wearing a leather vest
the earth squeals and shudders to a halt
A diamond crucifix in his ear
is used to help ward off the fear
that he has left his soul in someone’s rented car
Inside his pants he hides a mop
to clean the mess that he has dropped
into the life of lithesome Juliette Bell

And Romeo wanted Juliette
and Juliette wanted Romeo
And Romeo wanted Juliette
and Juliette wanted Romeo

Romeo Rodriguez squares
his shoulders and curses Jesus
runs a comb through his black pony-tail
He’s thinking of his lonely room
the sink that by his bed gives off a stink
then smells her perfume in his eyes
And her voice was like a bell

Outside the street were steaming the crack
dealers were dreaming
of an Uzi someone had just scored
I betcha I could hit that light
with my one good arm behind my back
says little Joey Diaz
Brother give me another tote
those downtown hoods are no damn good
those Italians need a lesson to be taught
This cop who died in Harlem
you think they’d get the warnin’
I was dancing when his brains run out on the street

And Romeo had Juliette
and Juliette had her Romeo
And Romeo had Juliette
and Juliette had her Romeo

I’ll take Manhattan in a garbage bag
with Latin written on it that says
“it’s hard to give a shit these days”
Manhattan’s sinking like a rock
into the filthy Hudson what a shock
they wrote a book about it
they said it was like ancient Rome

The perfume burned his eyes
holding tightly to her thighs
And something flickered for a minute
and then it vanished and was gone

1,439 comments Add your comment

Bayou Brave

March 26th, 2011
1:22 pm

LEt’s go Braves.

Kat

March 26th, 2011
1:22 pm

I posted it on the other blog post’s comment section, but today’s game is on CSS, and in the NY area the CW/WPIX… or free online through MLB Free Preview http://atmlb.com/gkjaV8

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:23 pm

Another mistake by Wilkin Ramirez allows a single to Wright to turn into another run and Wright to 2nd
2-0

Brava

March 26th, 2011
1:24 pm

Wilkie is not having a good day.

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:24 pm

David Wright singles to RF and ball goes under glove of RF Wilkin Ramirez (E9), rolls to wall. Wright goes to third. It’s 2-0 Mets

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:25 pm

This Mets are becoming a real PITA.

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:25 pm

Wright scores on fly to left by Ike Davis
3-0

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:26 pm

I hope This isn’t an omen to our team defense during the regular season…I surely think it won’t be

McFann Ô Ô

March 26th, 2011
1:26 pm

Thanks for the new Blog, Chief!

jeffrey d Hmm, and McCann homered in the second game of the season in 2006 and 2008.

I hope he hits his first homer of this season on April 2nd…

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:26 pm

pop to 2nd for 2nd out

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:26 pm

So.. Ramirez just bought his ticket to Gwinnett.. or out of ATL…

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:27 pm

VJ needs to come back- I hate doing PBP :)

jeffrey d

March 26th, 2011
1:27 pm

Thanks for the new blog, DOB

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:28 pm

DLowe walks Willie Harris

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:28 pm

Great article on Lucas and Hicks. What,in your opinion, has Hicks done differently this spring?

If he could hit above 250 in the majors and take a few walks, that’d make it much easier on the Braves in the next few years as far as SS is concerned. But he is four shore way too old to be considered a prospect.

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:28 pm

Only thing as embarassing when a ball rolls under a glove is coming in on a flyball hit off the bat and getting burned by it playing the OF

Lowe isn’t really helping himself either, even though the Mess have had a few breaks

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

Emus hits ground rule double off center field wall- harris had scored but has to go back to 3rd

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

Lowe Getting Slapped Now…UGGHHH even though the defense didn’t help him

Lowe gets a break on the Ground rule

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

Brad Emaus RBI triple puts Mets up 4-0 with 2 out in 1st inning against Braves and Lowe

Ruled a ground-rule double, no run scored on play. So it’s 3-0.

jeffrey d

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

DLowe gave up 5 ER in 6 innings to get the win that game. Meanwhile, Kawakami is thinking this big offense will help him have a huge year.

……sucker

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

Sorry, just saw the tweet about HIcks making swing adjustments…….

If his hitting is no fluke, I’d take him north with that big SS/3B glove.

Bayou Brave

March 26th, 2011
1:30 pm

Gameday apparently sucks today.

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:31 pm

grounder to Short ends inning
3-0 mets after one

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:31 pm

Regarding Lowe, I’d be concerned but his defense didn’t help him and Lowe has Clowned all S. Training

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:32 pm

Lowe must be pissed as F”#$ at right now…

And let’s plunk Harris next time around..

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:32 pm

DOB-

wasn’t a triple…GR double

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:33 pm

I think Hicks is in the lead for the spot. But its always good to know we have a few guys in AAA that can be solid bench players for us.

McFann Ô Ô

March 26th, 2011
1:33 pm

OK, gotta make a Micheal’s run…That oughta get BMac some RBI today! :D

keylargo

March 26th, 2011
1:33 pm

Lucas does have an error (4 total) at every infield position this spring, but I think he gets the nod to start the season. It’s a win win situation though if Hicks continues to hit.

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:35 pm

Ramirez leads off- singles to right

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:36 pm

Come On Connie!

jeffrey d

March 26th, 2011
1:36 pm

It’s a win win situation though if Hicks continues to hit.

….except for Lucas

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:36 pm

Wilkin get a single to right field.

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:36 pm

Ramirez steals 2nd

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:36 pm

and then steals 2nd

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:37 pm

Attababy Connie!

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:37 pm

Conrad singles- Ramirez scores
3-1 Mets

MIBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:37 pm

Good job by Brooks. There’s 1 back.

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:37 pm

Gameday had a stroke.. It died..

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:38 pm

So our bench spots go to
Ross
Hinske
Mather
Conrad
Hicks or Lucas or Young?

cabravesfan

March 26th, 2011
1:38 pm

Matt Young singles to center- Conrad to 2nd

chris

March 26th, 2011
1:38 pm

man, gameday is REALLY sow today…

Dennis Reynolds

March 26th, 2011
1:38 pm

Its an interesting debate, I guess. But whoever gets the job will get as much playing time as Diory did last year (God willing) anyway.

FREE MATT YOUNG

chris

March 26th, 2011
1:40 pm

all the other games on gameday is fine, its just this one…

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:40 pm

Hicks draws a walk…

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:40 pm

I might be the only one but I think “Big Pelf” is seriously Overrated!

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:40 pm

Pitching coach to the mound with the bases loaded…

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:40 pm

VBF – I think Mather is no longer a lock for the bench. The guy has been a disappointment so far.

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:41 pm

Hicks walks, bases loaded with Lowe batting, none out in second and Braves trailing 3-1 (Conrad RBI single this inning)

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:41 pm

Derek Lowe ahead 2-0 in the count…

Runnin

March 26th, 2011
1:41 pm

Has Roger even had to go to the mound this spring? If he has, he hasn’t been many times.

Dennis Reynolds

March 26th, 2011
1:42 pm

VaBravesFan-

Yep, thats the way it looks. Though, I doubt Young will make the team seeing as how he doesn’t play SS. If it wasn’t for Mather being out of options I think we would see Hicks and Young both make the cut. But it looks like Matt Young is gonna get screwed again this year. We might as well just trade him so he can get to the Majors.

WHAT MORE DOES HE NEED TO DO??

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:42 pm

Lowe grounds into a DP 4-6-3…good play by Emaus…

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:42 pm

Lowe grounds into DP, run scores, Braves trail 3-2

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:42 pm

Dennis

Actually, if we have a bench guy that can hit, I’d suspect he’d get a decent number of AB’s. Diory didn’t get many AB’s because he was hitting about 50% of the Mendoza line. He was actually worse than McLouth.

So, if a Hicks or Young or Lucas comes up and hits, they will get some PH and backup time (it would be good to get Chipper and A-Gon a few days off from time to time.

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:42 pm

Run does score – 3-2…

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:43 pm

Prado lines out to center to end the inning…

Spazz

March 26th, 2011
1:44 pm

Braves have done so poorly with the bases loaded the last couple years, I now almost hate to see it when they do load them up. That’s sad.

jeffrey d

March 26th, 2011
1:44 pm

WHAT MORE DOES HE NEED TO DO??

Grow.

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:45 pm

Matt Young: Kinda like Doctor John said, “I was in the right place, but it musta been the wrong time!”

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:45 pm

JC

I agree with his performance this spring, just depends on if they want to lose him or not. If he’s not in the the plans they would keep 2 of Lucas,Hicks,Young,Wilkin.

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:46 pm

Spazz – It truly is, man.

Dennis Reynolds

March 26th, 2011
1:46 pm

DS1-

Maybe. But in most games you’re only going to see maybe 3 PHers and we have Ross, Conrad, and Hinske as the top guys off the bench. I mean Hicks, Young or Lucas would REALLY have to impress to get enough ABs in the majors to really be worth talking about.

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:46 pm

Hard ground out to Young…

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:47 pm

There was no O-Lay involved in that play, lol

Nice Inning!

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:47 pm

Weak grounder to Freeman ends the inning…

MIBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:47 pm

Nice inning there by DLowe.

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:47 pm

Spazz

I guess we can hope that somebody will K so that we don’t get the bases loaded, huh.

As for guys like Young, Lucas, Hicks, Hernandez and Conrad. They all seem to be the kinds of players that are easy to pull for. But how many of these guys can one team keep?

But it’s easy to pull for the kids four shore.

chris

March 26th, 2011
1:49 pm

alot better inning there for lowe

Seymour

March 26th, 2011
1:49 pm

Dennis- I don’t think you’re going to see Ross get that many PH at bats (just like last year) since you’d be burning your backup catcher.

Greta

March 26th, 2011
1:49 pm

I’m gonna go out on a limb and say Matt Young and Ed Lucas win the last two spots. It is hard to see Joe Mather’s value to the team right now, especially considering that Lucas could spell Freeman at first base, and Young would be an excellent pinch-runner/4th OF.

VaBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:49 pm

Well if Mather doesnt make it Lucas should be on the club for sure because of all the positions he can play. Wren wanted a RH guy off bench with some pop like Hinske. If there not happy with our options we could add someone by trading KK or Lopez. Lopez cant opt out until June so the Braves have time to make a deal.

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

Braves will start Kawakami Sunday vs. Phillies (he had been scheduled to start Monday). They will start a minor leaguer TBA Monday vs. Nationals.

Nothing new to report on Jurrjens, other than Wren says he’s doing fine. They think he’ll be ready for regular season.

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

Spazz

“Braves have done so poorly with the bases loaded the last couple years”

Are You serious? I thought the braves did a lil better last year with the bases loaded

Connie Had 2 Grand Slams, D-Lee had one at Bailout Ballpark, among others…

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

Freeman bloops a single to open the third…

MIBravesFan

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

Another hit by Freddie!

D.J.

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

If any of you can’t find the video feed, it’s on the Braves’ Facebook page for free: http://www.facebook.com/Braves

Just click on the video box in the second item listed.

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

VBF – I really, really, really hope Mather turns it around these last couple of days. The guy has the build of a power hitter. If that guy starts actually making contact, he could very well be our RH Power bat out of the bench. That would be huge. But I somehow dont see him doing that, so far it appears he cant hit ML pitching with consistency/on a regular basis. Too bad.

Dennis Reynolds

March 26th, 2011
1:50 pm

What we really need is a speed threat off the bench. I think our offense is pretty solid as it is. Not every single position player on the roster has to be able to hit. We already have our bats off the bench in Ski, Ross, and Conrad. We need a speedster and a defensive whizz. We don’t need another playoff debacle from a PHer playing the field. Conrad is simply a PHer. NEVER a defensive replacement.

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2011
1:51 pm

Freeman singles with 1 out in 2nd, his second hit of game.

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:51 pm

Dennis

Agreed. But with the age of the left side of our infield, a good backup could get 150+ AB’s in a season without too much trouble.

My point earlier on Hicks is this: with his glove, if he could hit, he’d get most of those AB’s. If a guy like Hicks could hit, I’d expect Prado to stay in LF more when Chipper is rested

Tomahawkin

March 26th, 2011
1:51 pm

Fab 5 Freddie with another hit nice

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:51 pm

Mac hits into a 3-6-3 DP…

Greta

March 26th, 2011
1:51 pm

In other news, McCann looks terrible this spring.

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:52 pm

To the bottom of the third…

Runnin

March 26th, 2011
1:52 pm

Freddie Freeman is a hitting machine.

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:52 pm

Tomahawkin – A littler better, in our case, means ”less poorly”.. which is still poorly. :(

Spazz

March 26th, 2011
1:52 pm

Spazz

I guess we can hope that somebody will K so that we don’t get the bases loaded, huh. – DS1

Not at all. I just find myself hoping and praying that someone gets a hit with 2 already on instead of walking. Then find myself getting mad because I didn’t see the walk to load them up as a good thing.

keylargo

March 26th, 2011
1:53 pm

…………..flashing that 5.0 home to first speed.

Dennis Reynolds

March 26th, 2011
1:53 pm

Yeah but who’s really worried about Mac?

We know what he’s all about.

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:55 pm

Leadoff walk to Wright…

JC from DR!

March 26th, 2011
1:56 pm

Meanwhile…. gameday still showing the bottom of the 1st, Pagan at 2B and Wright at the plate….

Great…

BFChris26

March 26th, 2011
1:56 pm

Twas a good draft. I have a surplus of catchers if anyone wants to trade.

Runnin

March 26th, 2011
1:56 pm

I can’t stand listening to this old geezer every Mets game.

Spazz

March 26th, 2011
1:57 pm

JC – You not watching the free video feed?

Venice Jim

March 26th, 2011
1:57 pm

Davis grounds out to Young, runner to second – one out…

JasonInFL

March 26th, 2011
1:58 pm

From a Gammons’ article:

“No one believes Royals lefty reliever Tim Collins is taller than 5-foot-5. “He gets it up to 94, hitters don’t see the ball because he’s such a short-armer, his breaking ball is a knockout and his change is good,” says one scout. “He’s something to watch.”

Is that the guy we got in the Esco trade and then traded as part of the package for Gonzo?

jeffrey d

March 26th, 2011
1:58 pm

Connie Had 2 Grand Slams, D-Lee had one at Bailout Ballpark, among others…

D-Lee? Last season you called him “Ug-Lee!!!”

Anyway, Braves had the 4th highest OPS in the NL with the bases loaded (.789) and had the most runs scored (166…twenty more than 2nd place)

http://espn.go.com/mlb/stats/team/_/stat/batting/split/94/league/nl/sort/runs/order/true

chris

March 26th, 2011
1:58 pm

McCann has not looked terrible this spring. he is rolling over alot of pitches but he has definilty been hitting the ball hard and not striking out much. plus his defense has improved and has loss weight

DS1

March 26th, 2011
1:58 pm

Spazz

Where is the free video feed?

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