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Voyles Steps In and Cements Spot on 'Clones

Voyles Steps In and Cements Spot on 'Clones

After an injury to a recent draftee on Brooklyn's roster, the 23-year-old infielder has made the best of his new situation. In 2006, he spent time in both the Gulf Coast League and South Atlantic League where he compiled rather average statistics. So far this season, with ample playing time, he looks prime to breakout.

Before the Cyclones season began, Mets fifth round pick Zach Lutz was a lock at third base. However, after Lutz sustained a stress fracture in his right foot during the first game of the season, Brooklyn infielder J.R. Voyles has quickly filled in and is having the season of his life. He is currently hitting .341 with two home runs and 15 RBI through the first 13 games of the season. "I'm...

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