CHARLESTON, SC - Reymond Nunez is having a career year this season with the Charleston RiverDogs and…
Nunez Knows He Has Proving To Do
Extended Spring Training is a time for players to work on what the organization thinks they need a little extra improvement on before going out. Extended gave Nunez time to feel less pressure in front of a crowd and to not feel like he needs to over perform and push numbers. It also allowed a different, calmer atmosphere and more time to work individually. "Spring Training for me was good," he said through the help of a translator. "I was a little upset that I was kept in [Extended] but then I realized that I needed that time to work on my hitting and my mental approach. I spent more time finding the stroke where I can be successful, hitting for power, and hitting for average. "Obviously I was a little disappointed that I didn't start right away with the team, but a couple days later I realized it happened because it gave me more time to prepare myself better, to work on my mechanics offensively, and now I can tell that staying behind the in standup is paying off." Nunez...
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