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Andujar Getting There

CHARLESTON, SC - Waiting for a supremely talented player to prove it on the field can be a real test of patience. Charleston third baseman Miguel Andujar entered the season with a world of potential but did not immediately show it out of the gate. He's been hitting a lot better lately, however, and proving he's getting closer to becoming the top prospect many believe him to be.

[Rachel Wadsworth contributed to this article] Andujar, like most youngsters entering their first taste of the long-season leagues, struggled at the beginning of the season. He hit just .212 in his first 63 games with the RiverDogs and posted a meager .601 OPS. "The beginning of the season was a little bit of a struggle obviously adapting to a new atmosphere, playing under the lights, being... Recommended Stories

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