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Reyes Looks To Be More Unhittable

Reyes is concentrating on throwing more strikes

The career numbers are staggering thus far. Angel Reyes, who entered the year giving up just 64 hits in 128 career innings and has held opposing batters to .136 batting average, wants to be more unhittable and he plans on doing that by throwing more strikes.

"Everything's going good," Angel Reyes said of the start to his 2007 season through the help of Gabe Medina translating. "Everything feels better now than it did in Spring Training. My stuff's working a lot better now." Armed with a plus fastball and plus curveball last season, a year in which he went a combined 4-3 with a 1.40 ERA in stops between the Gulf Coast League and Staten Island... Recommended Stories

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