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More Adjustments Coming For Laird

After dominating the Double-A Easter League, corner infielder Brandon Laird has had his fair share of adjustments lately at the Triple-A level. He's hitting just .218 and has even been dropped down to seventh in the Scranton batting order, and he has some other adjustments coming after the season ends.

"I feel good, it's just a little bit different than Double-A," Brandon Laird said of Triple-A. "The guys up here are smarter and don't leave as much over the plate. "When I get into that hitter's count I'm not always going to get that fastball. They'll throw all of their pitches in whatever count and that's the biggest thing I've been adjusting to." Despite hitting only .118 with eleven... Recommended Stories

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