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Hill Ready to Rip

After a rocky 2006 season with the Mets in the Florida State League, Jamar Hill returns to St. Lucie for a spring that he hopes will pay dividends for his future. Despite his size and natural power, he struggled to find the consistency which could progress his game. He broke his second day of camp on Thursday and Inside Pitch caught up with the 24 year old outfielder.

Jamar Hill ended 2006 with a broken bone is hand. The dated injury resulted from a past off-season workout. The atypical fracture hindered his's ability to grip the bat and thus any chance of solid connection to the ball. The 6-foot-4 outfielder's off-season workout was not as intensive as many of his colleagues, but he focused on the strength and stamina of his hand and wrist. "I kept it...

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