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Santana Getting Used To It

STATEN ISLAND, NY – There were high expectations placed on outfielder Ravel Santana as he was named one of the Yankees' top prospects entering the 2012 campaign. While some Yankees fans have languished over his hapless performance to start the year, fret not because Santana is finally getting used to it.

"I had a rough first couple weeks, but I stayed getting after it and learned to play under the lights and at night," Santana said through a translator. "Thankfully to God I just improved a little bit." It took Santana 26 games to boost his average up to the .200 mark, and through 43 games it's at .247. In the previous year with Gulf Coast, Santana finished with a .296 batting average through... Recommended Stories

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