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Tool Time: Top Ten Hitters For Average
10) Greg Gonzalez - With several candidates considered for the tenth spot in our rankings - including Corey Coles, Junior Contreras, Bobby Malek, Hector Pellot, Jesus Flores, and others - we settled on Gonzalez because of the combination of his approach at the plate and his plus ability to bunt for base hits, which allows him to avoid prolonged slumps. He hit a combined .324 with the Kingsport Mets and Brooklyn Cyclones in his professional debut and he's the frontrunner for a starting outfield spot with the Hagerstown Suns in 2006. 9) Carlos Gomez - Owning just a .269 average so far in his career, the inclusion of Gomez in these rankings may seem to be a bit conspicuous. The fact of the matter is that Gomez is still very raw. He has a long way to go in his pitch recognition and learning how to wait on his pitches, routinely swinging at first pitch offerings. However, he does make excellent contact with the bat and many inside and outside...
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