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Carr Not Concerned With Numbers

In his third full season, Nick Carr made the jump from Brooklyn to St. Lucie. The right-hander, who possesses a live arm, had all the momentum after a strong season in 2007. However, Carr's season was problematic from the start as he lost his consistency and watched his numbers swell. But the numbers will not get him down as he ends the season feeling confident that he turned things around.

Nick Carr, 21, believed this season would be the stepping stone for the road ahead as he broke camp with a long-season squad after two years in Kingsport and Brooklyn. With a loaded fastball and three secondary pitches, Carr was ready to wrap his hands around the opportunity and be the power arm in the St. Lucie rotation. Yet, the beginning of his season did not meet those expectations has...

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