Friday, April 29, 2011

Hanley Anxious in Worst Baseball Season


The poor start that has recorded the shortstop for the Florida Marlins, Hanley Ramirez, begins to worry manager Edwin Rodriguez.

Presented in a way anxious in the batter's box, according to Rodriguez is the cause why the Dominican Republic is going through a rough patch.

"First he (Hanley) is putting undue pressure, " said the skipper of the Marlins . "Hanley thinks he has to carry the team offensively and it is not. Has gradually come to realize that situation, "he added.

He also indicated that another negative factor that is facing the winner of Rookie of the Year 2006 National League is the type of adjustment being made ​​at the time of seeing pitches.

"He is very anxious when in the batter's box. He comes out strongly against the ball. This motivates the strike zone expands more. That's basically what he is doing and what the time is in such poor state offense, "he said.

In his first 72 at-bats, Hanley has not homered and has driven in only 11 runs. At the game last Wednesday against the Dodgers, went hitless in the game that beat the Dodgers 5-4 to the Florida Marlins.


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