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Powerful Nunez a Work in Progress

CHARLESTON, SC - After a hamstring injury ended Reymond Nunez's 2010 season, he returned in 2011 with the Staten Island Yankees where he batted .272 and had three home runs in 69 games. This year with the Charleston Riverdogs, Nunez hopes to maintain his health.

"This will be my first year playing a long season," Nunez said through the help of a translator, "so the main thing is just to stay healthy and put up some good numbers." In his first full season Nunez is hitting just .246 in 33 games played and has just one home run. Both Nunez and the Riverdog coaches feel that Spring Training was strong for Nunez and hope he can translate that development... Recommended Stories

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