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Williams Turning His Season Around

Williams is batting .350 in his last 29 games

TAMPA, FL - Mason Williams had a strong 2012 season with the high-A Tampa Yankees, ending the season with an average just below three hundred at .298. However, he struggled as he entered into the 2013 Tampa Yankees season. Seeing him struggle early on came as quite the surprise for many but the outfielder has recently regained his confidence and he is improving his approach at the plate.

Statistically, the month of April revealed that Williams was off to a slow start, hitting in the mid two hundreds. It wasn't nearly as bad as his next month, however, after he hit .216/.278./.556 in May. He accounts his drop in these early months to his pitch selection, but he has been working hard to build a better comfort level at the plate. "I'm feeling comfortable, finally," Williams said...

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