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Andy Wilson Isn't The Everyday Catcher Yet

Wilson caught his first game of the year on Sunday

In order for Andy Wilson to get more time at the plate, he's learning how to play behind it. A jack of all trades defensively, Andy is shaking his utility player and designated hitter appeal by becoming a master at catching. But while that's the plan, Wilson still hasn't been tabbed as the everyday catcher for Binghamton just yet.

Andy Wilson spent some of 2005 and all of Spring Training learning to play behind the plate, a move he and coaches have agreed to make in order to get the slugger more at-bats. The 26-year-old Florida native has showed promise with the bat, slugging 28 home runs and driving in 89 runs while batting .284 for St. Lucie last year. He's shown discipline as well, drawing about as many walks in...

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