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Curtis Comfortable in New York

The Yankees' highest drafted position player this year, Colin Curtis, began his pro-career with a tune-up in the GCL. After hitting .500 with a home run in three games, Curtis quickly moved up to Staten Island, where he never stopped hitting.

"He's had a big impact because he gives us a pretty good bat," Manager Gaylen Pitts said of the recent addition to the team. "I was hitting him down in the order, in the fifth spot, but I moved him up to lead-off. He can steal a base, but he's got a good swing and gets on base. He's going to help us. He already has helped us. He's got a little thunder in his bat. He can drive the ball in... Recommended Stories

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