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Saturday September 20th 2014

Jesus Montero Talks About His Early Season Struggles

Wayne Coffey (hat-tip to Was Watching):

"I am worried about my hitting, but not that much," Montero says in front of his locker in the PNC Field clubhouse. Not even five minutes later, he says, "I'm not upset that I'm not hitting. I'm still the same guy...trying to hit the ball hard every single time."

..."I have been working every single day in the cage," Jesus Montero says. "This is baseball; slumps will happen. I am working really hard to get out of it." Yankees senior VP of baseball operations Mark Newman, and SWB manager Butch Wynegar don't seem too concerned either:

"In a lot of ways it's good for young players to hit these speed bumps, because this business is full of them, and life is full of them," says Mark Newman,... "He's ...

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