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2004 Battle Creek Position Prospect Review

John Urick's Peripherals were Very Good

The Battle Creek Yankees finished the 2004 season with a 71-68 record and they had some good hitting performances. We will look at the peripherals stats of the Battle Creek positional players. A couple of players look like rising stars while others are finding their future roles in the organization. We will look at the guys who amassed 150 at-bats for Battle Creek and did not accrue 150 or more at-bats at Tampa.

Erold Andrus - LF A product of the Yankees' Venezuelan Summer League (VSL) team, Andrus repeated Battle Creek again in 2004 after amassing just 140 at-bats in the Midwest League in 2003. At 6'2" and 170 lbs when he was signed as a free agent, Andrus has filled out nicely the last couple of seasons. His power numbers reflect his increased strength, clubbing 12 home runs for Battle Creek in '0... Recommended Stories

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