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Lambin Seeks To Plug The Gap

The ability to play all over the diamond can be quite pivotal for an up and coming minor league baseball player. Chase Lambin, infielder for the Norfolk Tides, fits this criteria as a true utility man. Lambin, 27, selected by the Mets in the 34th round of the 2002 draft, has a chance to become a diamond in the rough.

The 2006 season has not began the way Chase Lambin had envisioned. Baseball is a game of constant adjustments that has become the focus for Lambin and the Tides. Even with the worst record in the International League and statistics that are not up to par, including a .173 batting average, the thought process and determination remains unchanged as we are only one month into this young season...

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