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Fryer Looking For Consistent Stroke

Fryer is hitting .303 in his last ten games

Eric Fryer had a breakout season last year, finishing second in the Milwaukee Brewers farm system with a .335 average while showing a great combination of power and speed. A newcomer to the Yankees organization, he is off to a slow start this season, however, and he's hoping to find the same consistent stroke he had a year ago.

Eric Fryer was promoted from the South Atlantic League where he played with the West Virginia Power [Brewers' farm team] last season. The outfielder has begun this season with a .230 average through his first 30 games with the Tampa Yankees. "(This season) started out pretty good the first week or so," Fryer said. "Then I kind of ran into a little bit of a slump and I've been working hard to... Recommended Stories

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