LYNCHBURG, VA - Whether filling the role of designated hitter or playing first base, Chris Garcia…
Garcia Has Real Long-Term Potential
"When I first saw him I saw power," Lynchburg hitting coach Bobby Moore said. "He's a guy who can hit a ball a long way to all fields, from foul pole to foul pole. He's a power hitter with great plate discipline. He walks a ton. He's a very patient hitter." Garcia is developing more power and getting better on defense by the day, and the coaching staff sees the type of player he could become and the type of role he could fill at the major league level, provided he puts the work in. "He works the count, and he hits the ball gap to gap," manager Luis Salazar said. "He has power to the opposite field. He's one of those guys who later on in the future could come off the bench...
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