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Snyder Adjusting To New Role

When Reegie Corona was selected in the Rule 5 Draft by the Seattle Mariners, calling up Justin Snyder from low-A Charleston was somewhat of a no-brainer. Snyder had his way with opposing pitching, hitting .288, with 55 RBI, an impressive .371 OBP, and was the clear choice to replace the departing Corona.

To be as successful as he was last year, Justin Snyder believes that he has to be a little more aggressive than normal. "[I need to] stay with the approach, batting-wise, I had last year," he said. "The pitching is obviously better up here. You skip a pretty important level, High-A. "Coming up here you just can't miss; once you get your pitch you got to hit it and if you don't get it, you... Recommended Stories

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