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Culver Learning On The Fly

CHARLESTON, SC- After recently making the change from a switch-hitter to a permanent right-handed hitter, shortstop Cito Culver and his coaches have a lot of confidence that the move will prove to be a wise one down the road even though everyone realizes there will be a short-term adjustment needed to be made.

As a second year player in Charleston, Spring Training for Culver this year was all about adjusting to his transition, continuing to practice a new routine, and maturing in his game. "It's a little bit of an adjustment," Culve said, "but I think it's much better for me to just stay one-sided and be able to fully concentrate on that side, so I like it a lot better. "I think I have more... Recommended Stories

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