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Andrew Lambo Looking Better at First Base Today

Andrew Lambo Looking Better at First Base Today

Last night I wrote that Andrew Lambo was having problems in a drill where the infielders were skipping balls in the dirt, trying to get them past him. The drill was done once again today, and Lambo looked much better. A key difference between the two days was that yesterday players were throwing as hard as they could, and throwing wild intentionally, trying to skip a ball past Lambo. As I mentioned, Travis Ishikawa handled the same drill well, so it wasn't impossible.

Today's drill had the two first basemen simulating actual first base moves. They ran over to the bag and waited for the throw, rather than standing on the bag like yesterday. The players were also throwing as if they would throw to first base, aiming to one hop the ball when Lambo got to the bag. As I said, the results wer...

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