Victor Rodriguez back to his old ways

When he first started with the York Revolution, infielder Victor Rodriguez was in the midst of a cold spell. He had switched teams two times, jumping from Newark to Bridgeport and then from Bridgeport to York. In what he expects to be his last Atlantic League season, the former batting champion just wanted a chance to play one more season.
He found a role with York, playing as a utility infielder as the Freedom Division champions tried to rest some of their everyday players. But York manager Andy Etchebarren never questioned the ability of Rodriguez.
“He can hit. He can hit. He can hit,” Etchebarren said when asked about Rodriguez.
The former league All-Star is starting to heat up. Rodriguez hit two doubles and a homer during a 3-for-4 night at the plate Monday, helping the Revs to their fifth consecutive victory. Rodriguez raised his average to .256 and appears to look more comfortable at the plate and in his role with his new team.

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One Response to Victor Rodriguez back to his old ways

  1. Colt says:

    Hopefully he’ll keep it up if the Revs are going to make a run at winning the division both halves of the season.

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