The Charleston RiverDogs had a solid season in 2013, finishing the year with a 75-63 record, despite…
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He finished the year hitting .282 with six triples, two home runs, and 19 stolen bases, but the fact that he played the whole year injury free is clearly the bigger accomplishment. "I feel like it went really well for me," he said. "I'm happy with how I did. I knew I was healthy and I wanted to stay healthy but my big thing that I really wanted to do was prove that I lost that year but it didn't really affect me much, that I could still go out and play, and that's what I did and I thought I did well." A hard-nosed player who is arguably one of the biggest competitors around, while he is content with the season he just had, he still wants to continue to get better and further fine-tune his game. Part of getting better is getting more consistent at the plate and shortening some of the inevitable slumps all players must endure, but...
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