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Vettleson Developing Into Two-Way Player

Vettleson has 40 RBI and 50 runs in 80 games.

Outfielder Drew Vettleson has shown improvement from a year ago when he still produced well enough to earn the team-MVP honors for the rookie level Princeton Rays by hitting .282 with seven homeruns and 40 RBIs in 61 games. The 2010 first-round pick has made adjustments at the plate, become a sniper in the outfield, and perhaps most importantly, improved his mental outlook towards the game.

The mental aspect of the game has been a key factor for Drew Vettleson's success on the baseball diamond in 2012. His mindset is to never take errors to the plate and strikeouts to the field. "It's all in my mind," the Hot Rods outfielder, said of his game this season. On the season, Vettleson is currently hitting a solid .295/.357/.450 with 8 home runs and 40 RBI. He has been a very consistent...

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