CLEVELAND, OH -- Over the past three or four weeks Casey McGehee said he felt like something had started to click for him at the plate. Even though he's started in nine of the last 11 games, McGehee said he noticed a difference even coming off the bench, and that he was starting to feel like his old self.
"Just really trying to be stubborn and stick to what I know I’ve been successful with in the past," McGehee said of his adjustments. "Obviously when you get a couple balls to fall in you start feeling a little bit better about what you’re doing and it’s a little bit easier to keep believing that you’re on the right path of what you’re trying to do."
"It definitely helps having a number of days in a row where you’re getting consistent at-bats, where you kind of get in the flow of the...
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