As if playing in his first full minor league season wasn't enough, Garrison Lassiter had to endure…
Lassiter Picking Up Where He Left Off
Garrison Lassiter felt some pain in his shoulder in January and believes that the wear and tear from playing so much caused his injury. He is doing shoulder exercises every day to get his arm back in shape. The Yankees drafted the left-handed batter, who hails from High Point, NC, in 2008 during the 27th round. Lassiter, 20, is currently batting .274 and in his 175 at-bats he has recorded 48 hits, eight doubles, 20 RBIs, 14 walks and 44 strikeouts. "I feel like I'm playing pretty...
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