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Jackson Keeping It Simple

Jackson hit his first home run on Thursday

With a .348 batting average and team-leading 11 stolen bases, outfielder Austin Jackson is certainly proving that he is capable of playing at the Triple-A level. The lack of home runs could be discouraging to some, but Jackson is taking the time to refine both his approach and mechanics in order to make the jump to the next level.

There is no question that Austin Jackson can handle playing in Triple-A. He proved that with a .371 AVG in his first month with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees. The only question that remains to be answered is whether or not Jackson can take the final steps in order to completely refine his game. "I just know that things can change quickly," Jackson said. "Things could change even more when...

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