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Nunez Making Some Adjustments

First baseman Reymond Nunez has been known for his power potential over the years at the lower minor league levels in the Yankee organization. Aside from the normal adjustments of playing night games for the first extended period in his career, he's working on his approach at the plate, his swing in the batter's box, and his overall defensive game as well in Staten Island these days.

A lot of attention has been garnered by the Staten Island Yankees in their young season. A rehab start by Phil Hughes in only the third game rocketed the Staten Island team into the media spotlight. Once the circus was over, it was back to work for the young prospects, many of whom are getting their first taste of professional baseball. Some are fresh out of college or high school and some... Recommended Stories

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