“When he’s staying up the middle and hitting the ball to right field, he gets really dangerous because he’s quick,” Francona said, “and that’s why early on when it wasn’t going really good, that’s why we stayed with him because you know that’s in there. He did the same thing last year. Once he got hot, he stayed hot.”
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