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Williams Starting To Turn Things Around

Williams is batting .273 in his last 19 games

TRENTON, NJ - Mason Williams has had a rough go of it for while now. He had left shoulder surgery prior to last season and has had a difficult time getting back on track ever since. Midway through the 2014 season, Williams has fully recovered from the injury. Now that he is healthy again, he has started to show some signs of being the player the Yankees believed they had drafted back in 2010.

In July 2013, he dislocated his left shoulder which then later required surgery. Following the surgery, his difficulties in the batter's box became even more prevalent. Last year in his first season with the Thunder, Williams struggled mightily at the plate. In only 17 games in Trenton, his batting average was a mere .153. Lack of confidence was a huge factor for Williams after the injury...

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