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Adams Still Not Himself

David Adams put up some pretty good numbers in his comeback bid in 2011 in rehab stops between the Gulf Coast League and the Tampa Yankees, but now nearly a year and half later after sustaining his broken ankle he says he is still not feeling normal.

He hit a combined .370 and posted an impressive .931 OPS in 29 rehab games this past season, including hitting .295 over his last ten games before being shut down for the season on August 8th. "At the lower levels, it's not that they're [the stats] are not good, [the players] are not as smart and not as polished so I can get away with a few things, but at the higher levels, a lot of the stuff...

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