We sat down with Charleston RiverDogs broadcaster Danny Reed for a Q&A session to get his early…
Paredes Settling In
Jimmy Paredes made an impact last season in Staten Island. Batting .302 with 23 stolen bases, he was named an NYP Mid-Season All Star and was the NYP All Star Game Top Star. Even though Paredes felt like he had a successful Spring Training, he did not get off to a fast start in Charleston. "I had a really good Spring Training," he said through the help of a translator. "I worked really hard. I worked on all of the things I needed to work on to be ready for the season." When asked about his recent success at the plate, Paredes gives credit to extra time spent working on his hitting. "I started going in to the cage more often. I got into a routine and have been picking it up a little bit. The coaches have been working with me...
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