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Eugene Emeralds Notebook: Lessons learned

Emmanuel Quiles

EUGENE, OR-- Sawyer Carroll's work in the cage before the game pays dividends when night falls. Simon Castro and Rey Garramone get lessons during their side session while the whole staff is taught a different lesson that may be the most important they learn. The catchers work on curtailing the high number of passed balls with their manager.

Sawyer Carroll has had a rough go of things recently and part of the reason is his sound mechanics have changed since earlier in the year. Instead of keeping his rhythm going through his swing and his balance back on the ball and forward as he goes through his swing plane, Carroll has been leaning more on his front foot. "I think I started to panic a little and it got worse and worse," Carroll... Recommended Stories

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