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Per @UKBaseball, recorded his first pro hit via home run tonight.
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Cool. Thanks for the info, Jeff.
wow, that didn't take long. Good for him.
Haha.... you go, Brian.
I will always think of this when thinking of Brian Adams hitting
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straight ball hit very much...... curveball, bats are afraid
He was drafted by the Padres wasn't he? What team does he play for?
Where is he playing & what organization does he belong to?
Yes. He's with the Eugene Emeralds, the Padres' short-season team.
I have a feeling he'll get a call up to A ball starting next season. Should be with the Fort Wayne TinCaps, if I remember affiliations correctly.
Keep Calm & Stoops On..
True. Jo Bu can't hit one...
That's the one thing Brian Adams and Wes Rey had in common.
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bc as I think has been said before, Brian would put on quite a show in BP right? Like some real moon shots??
Yes. He has serious power. If he can ever figure out how to hit a breaking ball he's got a real chance to make it. He's been compared by some analysts to Drew Stubbs.
Adams went nuts yesterday: 4-for-5, 2B, 2 HR, 3 R, 5 RBI
Holy crap. Keep doing that and he'll be in San Diego in two years.
And the calls for why he wasn't used more at UK begin in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1....
"Why the hell wasn't he used more at UK?!"
See, I told ya! lol
I'd say a lot of young hitters have issues with hitting breaking balls. The key is to learn how to get in situations as a power hitter where you know you're getting a fastball.
Couldn't help it. Haha.
A couple of guesses...
The SEC could actually be tougher than the league he's starting off in.
Plus, he's playing every day now. Getting into his groove.
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