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The Adjustments Andrew Lambo is Making After His Slow Start

The Adjustments Andrew Lambo is Making After His Slow Start

Tough beginnings

After a rough spring training that caused him to lose the first base battle handily to Travis Ishikawa, and an 0-for-8 start to the Triple-A season at the plate, Andrew Lambo set off some warning alarms within the organization. However, Lambo has rebounded well from the slump, by going 8-for-16 in his five previous games through Friday.

As for the cold onset to the campaign, Lambo blamed some of it on the success that he had last year — where he smacked 33 home runs between Altoona, Indianapolis, and Pittsburgh. The power numbers that he was able to produce last year created the mindset that he should hit home runs on every trip to the plate.

“As a hitter, if you have a good year, as far as my standpoint, you kind of expect that it will always be there,” Lambo sai...

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