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Andrew Case Reliable in Late Innings

February 10, 2017

Andrew Case Reliable in Late Innings

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  Finding success in the later innings of games reliever Andrew Case has solidified himself as one of the organization’s top minor league closers. Earning this distinction with solid play last season as Case successfully closed 10 of 11 games he...

Jackson Lowery Developing his Pitches

January 28, 2017

Jackson Lowery Developing his Pitches

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  Utilizing his skills to their fullest potential, right-handed pitcher Jackson Lowery has made the necessary adjustments needed to extend his professional career for years to come. One of the biggest adjustments that Lowery made was developing a changeup...

Ryan Metzler Solid in the Field

January 16, 2017

Ryan Metzler Solid in the Field

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  Infielder Ryan Metzler has made a name for himself in the Blue Jays system for his solid defensive play. Metzler, who plays second base, shortstop, and third base respectably; constantly makes difficult plays look routine. Splitting his time between high-A...

Lane Thomas Improving All-Around

January 5, 2017

Lane Thomas Improving All-Around

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  Improving in every aspect of his game last season, outfielder Lane Thomas has made the necessary improvements to prepare himself for a promotion this spring. One of his biggest improvements came in the batter’s box where Thomas made positive strides...

Andrew Guillotte Developing Well in the Outfield

December 14, 2016

Andrew Guillotte Developing Well in the Outfield

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  Presented with a new role when entering professional baseball, outfielder Andrew Guillotte has developed into a great defender and a solid bat at the top of the lineup every night.  Performing primarily as a leadoff hitter last season in Lansing; Guillotte...

JC Cardenas Fine-Tuning his Skills

November 19, 2016

JC Cardenas Fine-Tuning his Skills

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Developing as a switch hitter generally takes longer to achieve than players who only hit from one side of the plate.  There’s many reasons for this fact, but the primary factor is that it takes longer to create consistency at both sides of the plate with...