CHARLESTON, SC — Having never experienced Spring Training before, Kyle Roller, the first baseman for…
Roller Wants To Keep Same Approach
Kyle Roller, who stands at 6-foot-1 and 235-pounds, was drafted by the New York Yankees in the eighth round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of Eastern Carolina University. When he signed with the organization he was sent to Staten Island to pursue his professional career. Playing in 67 games, Roller put up impressive numbers in his first season. He batted .272 with 67 hits and carried an above par .367 on base percentage. As his 2010 campaign concluded, the 2011 season approached very quickly where he entered this past Spring Training. When Spring Training wrapped up, Roller found himself on the low-A Charleston squad entering his first full-season stint. He continued his success from 2010 and had a great year at the plate for the Riverdogs this...
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