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Krum Going Strong in The Second Half

Things are looking up for Krum these days

Charleston Riverdogs outfielder Austin Krum has taken quite a liking to opposing pitching in the second half, hitting a hefty .310 in July and .389 so far in August. He recently had his eleven-game hit streak snapped on Friday, six of those being multi-hit games, and he already has more home runs this month than all of July.

Krum claims to owe all his recent success to consistency. While he may have been a victim of erratic play in the first half, Krum, who was a second-half player for Staten Island last season as well, has been able to slow himself down and make easy and quick adjustments at the plate. "I feel like my approach is becoming more consistent," he opined. "Whereas in the first half I would be really... Recommended Stories

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