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O'Brien Becoming Multi-Dimensional

CHARLESTON, SC- Charleston RiverDogs catcher Peter O'Brien has been turning heads recently and he isn't planning on stopping anytime soon. His coaches have only positive things to say about the players' success and improvement this season, and O'Brien is taking his confidence on offense and carrying it over to his defense.

"I'm feeling more comfortable at the plate and the little things I've been working on are paying off," O'Brien said. "As I get more into the season I know myself better. "I'm using the whole field more consistently now, especially the other way, and I'm trying to stay like that because I'm at my best when I'm driving the ball the other way." O'Brien has drawn a lot more walks than normal... Recommended Stories

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