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Joseph Wants To Tighten Things Up

ROCHESTER, NY - Bases empty in the top half of the second inning as the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees pitcher falls behind in the count to the Indianapolis Indians seventh hitter. Tony Sanchez digs in and rifles a sure single up the middle. "Not so fast, my friend!" A statement Lee Corso has emphatically made nearly every Saturday on College Gameday.

The second baseman in Yankee pinstripes ranges to his right, backhands and fires a one-hopper to Brandon Laird to get the final out in the inning. Loud cheers and heavy doses of clapping accompany Corban Joseph on his trot back to the dugout. On that play Joseph temporarily put the questions of his fielding to rest but he does acknowledge that it has been a problem. "I had a little stretch...