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February 21, 2014 5:40 PM

Situational hitting drill fuels competition

Elvis Andrus called himself the “MVP” of Thursday’s situational hitting exercises among the infielders. The infielders are split into two groups – one led by Andrus and the other by Adrian Beltre – that are competing in a game that awards points based on certain fundamentals.

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