First-round draft pick Aaron Sabato concentrates on contact as he joins Cedar Rapids
Sat Sep 4, 2021
The batting average with him is rather insignificant. If you want to know if Aaron Sabato
of the Cedar Rapids Kernels is doing the things the parent Minnesota Twins drafted him for in the first round last year, you need to focus on his slugging percentage and his OPS. "If I put the bat on the ball, I can hit it just as hard as anybody in professional baseball."
(Cedar Rapids Gazette
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