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Padres Prospect Interview: Robbie Blauer

Eugene, OR-- This Huntington Beach bad boy isn't in the UFC but he has had to fight to continue to get better. He was hitting just .200 after his first 14 games but has poured it on of late and is hitting .280 with more walks than strikeouts after 34 games.

Talk to me a little about the work you have done with hitting coach Jose Flores where you worked on pitch selection in specific counts. Is that something you have found some struggles with? Robbie Blauer: Just reinforcing it. He hit at a high level so I am taking everything he teaches me and running with it. What have you found since you have been in Eugene – what have you learned? Robbie... Recommended Stories

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