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Marshall Making The Right Adjustments

CHARLESTON, SC - Right-hander Brett Marshall, drafted directly out of high school in the sixth round last year, struggled earlier this season but has made the right adjustments and he has been successful in his last several starts.

"The biggest problem was that I was over-thinking too much and trying to do way too much," the Highlands, Texas native said prior to a recent Charleston RiverDogs home game. "My curveball and my changeup weren't there." Only 19-years old, Brett Marshall has had to learn to deal with the mental aspect of the game as much as the physical. "It was more of a mental thing; then me doubting my... Recommended Stories

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